Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with car train:

2 syllables:
harsh terrain,
hart crane,
karst terrain,
clogged drain,
top drain,
cause brain,
cause grain,
dog murrain,
from brain,
giant cane,
giant chain,
john braine,
large chain,
square plane,
blocked drain,
cause strain,
from rain,
giant brain,
giant crane,
heart change,
heart faint,
heart pains,
heart rate,
large brain,
large grain,
mark twain,
not gain,
popped grain,
scott shane,
sharp brain,
sharp pain,
square chain,
starch grain,
watched trains,
heart strain,
karst terrains,
large strain,
martyr saint,
not trained,
parched grain,
pot trained,
block plane,
bronze chain,
dogs bane,
france spain,
from spain,
broad terrain,
cross strain,
for grain,
fort payne,
fort wayne,
heart line,
mouse strain,
or brain,
short chain,
store grain,
your brain,
box drain,
caused brain,
clogged drains,
fogged brain,
guard plane,
guard rail,
part name,
square frame,
ayant trait,
block chain,
block trade,
bombs rained,
cause chain,
cause pain,
cause trade,
charge change,
charles mayne,
charles paine,
charles payne,
charles wain,
cock brained,
cod trade,
fob chain,
from pain,
from trade,
giant plane

3 syllables:
alarm chain,
bihar plain,
angoumois grain,
rocky terrain,
marshy terrain,
o'clock plane,
response chain,
enough strain,
transport chain,
dollar drain,
regard change,
bihar plains,
dollar brain,
fodder grain,
foggy brain

4 syllables:
canada grain,
chicago grain

Some other possibilities:

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