In the phrase "You're already the voice inside my head", the pronunciation the singer uses for "head" is bit confusing, I was wondering if it was a "slang" or other particular way of pronunciation of the word. Is it correct?
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He's dropping the h to sound British, and slurring it together with the y from my.
The “pop-punk voice” or “pop-punk accent” has a very interesting history. (That article references “I Miss You,” though not that line.) In large part, it's about emulating a particular British accent that's associated with early punk. From the article:
As an ode to the Clash, a lot of their singers adopted a sort of faux-British accent. “I'm an American guy faking an English accent faking an American accent,” Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong told Rolling Stone in 1994.