Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with keep mum:

2 syllables:
please ma'am,
sleep rem,
beach bum,
been some,
dream come,
east ham,
eat some,
feel some,
green thumb,
leave some,
meet some,
need some,
peach jam,
please come,
reach some,
read some,
seek some,
seen some,
sweet gum,
these come,
beach plum,
bee gum,
by gum,
by sam,
by some,
my thumb,
pica em,
qui tam,
see some,
sleep comes,
they come,
try some,
why some,
why am,
keeps him,
beef man,
been man,
been men,
each man,
green man,
heaped on,
heaps on,
keeps on,
pious man,
real man,
real men,
sheep run,
sleep when,
these men,
beach bums,
been much,
breeze comes,
cheese comes,
cream comes,
creeps up,
deep love,
dream comes,
feed pump,
feel much,
fleet comes,
green comes,
green domes,
green thumbs,
grief comes,
heaped up,
heat pump,
keeps up,
keeps us,
leaped up,
least some,
leave much,
mean much,
need much,
needs some,
peace comes

3 syllables:
achieve some,
chinese yam,
receive some,
college man,
college men,
viet nam,
achieved some,
appeal comes,
areas comes,
beaver dam,
belief comes,
believe comes,
college chums,
college comes,
concrete pump,
defeat comes,
fatigue comes,
fee faw fum,
gabriel comes,
greasy thumb,
ideas comes,
kino gum,
machine comes

4 syllables:
already come,
already some

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