It is difficult to use the English language to imitate birdsong. It works with Chickadees or Whip-poor-wills but is tricky with Song Sparrows.
Here are some attempts from various bird guides:
“Madge, Madge Madge put on the tea kettle kettle kettle kettle”
“A variable series of notes, some musical, some buzzy, starts with 3 or 4 bright, repetitious notes, sweet, sweet, sweet etc.”
“starts with three sweet emphatic notes, followed by a jumble of up and down phrases”
“seet seet seet te zeeeeee tipo zeet zeet”
“Maid, Maid Maid, put the kettle on”
We saw the photographed individual today at Ashbridge’s Bay.
The stormy March is come at last,Miles Hearn
With wind, and cloud, and changing skies;
I hear the rushing of the blast,
That through the snowy valley William Cullen Bryant