Peter Alsop looks to address the burning question about what happens after death with his cheerful children’s song “Where Will I Go When I’m Dead and Gone?” He also creeps out much of his young audience in the process!
There’s something deeply unsettling about these youngsters suggesting gruesome fates for their bodies and souls. It doesn’t matter how many major chords you use, this is still going to be far too dark for youngsters.
How about we let kids out of elementary school before we start them stressing about this kind of stuff. Thanks for all those bad dreams Mr Alsop!