Shintai azukete should be karada azukete. The kanji has two readings, shintai or karada. She sings karada.
Akai taiyou should be akai hi. The kanji has two readings, hi or you. She sings hi. (Taiyou has one more kanji).
Watashino ueni sotto is perfectly correctly transcribed. However, sotto sounds like a four-kana word to my ears: 11-22-so-tto? Can anybody born in Japan check if my ears are wrong?
The second somete is somete, but the first somete sounds like sometete or sometede? Am I wrong again?