Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chewing gum:

2 syllables:
being some,
bring some,
wing dam,
him come,
did come,
dim sum,
here come,
him some,
in mem,
in rem,
in some,
in sum,
is come,
it come,
since some,
still come,
there come,
tim tam,
were come,
which come,
will come,
bis zum,
did some,
hear some,
here some,
his thumb,
if some,
it some,
lib dem,
mit dem,
still some,
there some,
till some,
were some,
which some,
which sum,
will some,
with sam,
with some,
being comes,
drink comes,
spring comes,
spring gun,
string comes,
thing comes,
things come,
think comes,
think some,
fil am,
here am,
is some,
lit hum,
this psalm,
this some,
this sum,
think him,
being can,
bring them,
brings him,
cousin comes,
ink on,
king can,
thing can,
think an,
think on,
being cut,
being done,
being run,
being then,
being young,
bridge comes,
bring young,
brings an,
brings on,
chill comes,
ching chung,
ching young,
drink as,
drink up,
here comes,
him get,
hiring young,
his gun,
hsing chung,
in gas,
it comes,
kink up,
link up

3 syllables:
adding some,
until some,
doing some,
seeing some,
showing some,
asking them,
adoring young,
asking young,
benign tumour,
career comes,
endearing young,
kiddie cam

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