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Old 10-25-2009, 06:43 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by phillyfan26 View Post
I wouldn't call it an American accent. It's still usually non-rhotic.
Agreed. Although sometimes it's a stylistic choice, there are some lyrics I tend to sing much more like a British singer simply because it sounds better to me than if I tried more American. Maybe that has something to do with how much British music I listen to haha . (I still love you PJ, and R.E.M.).

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