Songs from “While You were Otherwise Engaged” as reviewed by Jill Sheridan’s son, Detric (age 4).
On “Shadow and Flame:”
“It’s like a spooky Halloween song because dark shadows surround. It reminds me of that game on the iPad where that one guy says “death approaches” and “death walks behind.” And you don’t know what side the other team is on.”
On “We Reach Tonight”
“I don’t like it when girls sing. I only like it when guys sing. But I like it okay if you sing.”
“It makes me dance like the monsters in Monster Legends. The shadows capture people by making circles that the people can’t get out of. A square would work, too. Or you can make a circle on the square.”