Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black art:

2 syllables:
at heart,
that heart,
back part,
crash cart,
frank heart,
takes heart,
track chart,
flat topped,
back court,
and heart,
at cost,
class chart,
graph chart,
had cost,
had the heart,
jack arch,
mass start,
rat arsed,
scrap parts,
than not,
that cost,
that hot,
that part,
track costs,
what part,
back lot,
backs arched,
blank chart,
crack shot,
cracks start,
jack pot,
rack car,
takes part,
track charts,
track marked,
brown heart,
cause heart,
for heart,
from heart,
moss hart,
mouse heart,
or heart,
own heart,
plaque count,
proud heart,
small heart,
snow capped,
stout heart,
strong heart,
top part,
track count,
your heart,
slack caused,
that hard,
at arm,
at most,
back once,
flat arch,
glass topped,
graham harvey,
had dropped,
had knocked,
had locked,
had lost,
had most,
had washed,
had watched,
shall argue,
shall want,
staff topped,
staff watched,
than most,
that lost,
that most,
that want,
what harm,
what most,
at court,
back at,
back out,
broke heart,
chick heart,
crack at

3 syllables:
battered heart,
fatty heart,
had a heart,
hanno hardt,
happy heart,
shattered heart,
caddie cart,
about heart,
because heart,
devout heart,
attack caused,
palace at,
a la carte,
attack at,
attack caught,
blocker heart

4 syllables:
unhappy heart

Some other possibilities:

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