The Chou Effect.
Define: You. You is the second-person pronoun in Modern English.
Define: Chew. A wad of something chewable as tobacco.
As you can see there is a distinct difference between these two words. Throughout my entire music listening career I have silently noticed and accepted a phenomenon that I like to call "The Chou Effect.". (That's pronounced "Ch" as in "Change" and "ou" is in the last two letters of "you") It doesn't matter that I decided to call it "The Chou Effect" thirty seconds ago, I still like to call it that. Musicians, or as they call them "artists", have decided that blur the lines between these two words "You" and "Chew" and make a new word "Chou". It really just means "you" and everyone knows that. Seriously, am I the only one that notices this? I don't think so. There are dozens of examples. I'll list just a couple, because I love these songs and they also are perfect examples.
First: "You're All I Have" -Snow Patrol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RcP95XiSS8 Listen for the line "It's so clear now that Chou are all that I have." And yes, Micah, even in this video he's kind of a spaz. It's the hair.
Second: With or Without You - U2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdlPjAJFIrw U2 was never very good at music videos. The line ought to be "With our Without you" But once again we here that familiar word Chou.
Not like any of this matters, but it ought to be said.