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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with how come:

2 syllables:
do some,
go some,
now some,
pro tem,
so some,
throw some,
to some,
to sum,
toe jam,
chose comme,
dough comes,
ho hum,
now comes,
pro am,
rose comb,
smoke comes,
smoked ham,
so am,
stroke comes,
who am,
who comes,
flow can,
joke on,
now can,
rose gum,
so can,
spoke on,
two can,
who can,
broke up,
choke up,
go cup,
hold em,
lo cal,
lose some,
low cal,
low cut,
no cal,
quotes psalm,
road hump,
showed some,
shown some,
shows some,
soak up,
spoke as,
spoke up,
stoke up,
to cut,
to jump,
to stem,
who cut,
whole psalm,
woke up,
wrote some,
cloth comes,
coach comes,
growth comes,
one comes,
prose comes,
quote comes,
stone comes,
whole comes,
aol im,
blow gun,
choy sum,
crow jim,
do them,
drove him,
known him,
knows him,
lose him,
owed him,
showed him,
shown him,
shows him,
so dimm,
throw them,
to them,
wrote him,
blow gas,
blows on,
boat on


3 syllables:
chateau yquem,
embryo comes,
lower sum,
no see um,
above comes,
alone comes,
approach comes,
broken home,
cryo em,
to a crum,
above him,
approach him,
unto them,
above an,
above on,
alone on,
approach on,
arose on


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