Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with call on:

2 syllables:
all an,
for an,
half an,
law can,
law when,
long an,
more an,
nor an,
or an,
or run,
saw when,
sought an,
squaw man,
straw man,
straw men,
strong an,
though when,
thought an,
wrong un,
all can,
all done,
all men,
all non,
all ten,
all when,
ball pen,
called an,
draw an,
fall when,
saw an,
small man,
tall man,
though an,
all in,
ball in,
crawl in,
fall in,
hall in,
haul in,
paul in,
small in,
wall in,
all as,
all has,
all love,
all u.s.,
all up,
auf den,
ball as,
ball up,
boss man,
course an,
cross bun,
door when,
fall as,
for fun,
for man,
for men,
for non,
for san,
for ten,
for then,
for when,
force an,
form an,
forth an,
half done,
hall as,
haul ass,
haul up,
launch an,
laws can,
long can,
long run,
long ton,
loss can,
loss when,
more can,
more fun,
more men,
more then,
more when

3 syllables:
along an,
because an,
before an,
recall in,
among men,
among non,
assault gun,
because man,
because men,
because then,
because when,
before man,
before men,
before then,
before when,
klor con,
longer an

4 syllables:
maori hen

Some other possibilities:

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