When Reginald was home with flu, uh huh,
The doctor knew just what to do
He cured the infection
With one small injection
While Reginald uttered some interjections
Hey! That smarts!
Ouch! That hurts!
Yow! That's not fair,
Giving a guy a shot down there!
Show excitement or emotion
They're generally set apart from a sentence
By an exclamation point
or by a comma when the feeling's not as strong.

Though Geraldine played hard to get, uh huh,
Geraldo knew he'd woo her yet
He showed his affection 
Despite her objections
And Geraldine hollered some interjections
Well! You've got some nerve!
Oh! I've never been so insulted in all my life!
Hey! You're kinda cute!

So when you're happy
Or sad
Or frightened
Or mad
Or excited
Or glad
An interjection starts a sentence right!

The game was tied at seven all, uh huh,
When Franklin found he had the ball
He made a connection
In the other direction
And the crowd starting shouting out interjections
Aw! You threw the wrong way!
Darn! You just lost the game!
Hurray! I'm for the other team!

So when you're happy
Or sad
or frightened
or mad
or excited 
or glad
An interjection starts a sentence right!


Show excitement
or emotion!
Hallelujah yeah!

Darn, that's the end.