Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with make happy:

3 syllables:
kaye danny,
luray valley,
maybe harry,
said harry,
straight alley,
makes sammy,
snake valley,
take many,
may apply,
hailes abbey,
brave allies,
chain fatty,
change alley,
greylag geese,
have many,
hayes valley,
james harry,
made many,
maybe daddy,
named annie,
named danny,
named harry,
paved alley,
plain nasty,
said many,
slave sally,
spade mashie,
weight fatty,
brain candy,
brain carries,
chain carries,
dates apply,
faith carried,
frame carried,
frame carries,
freight carried,
games apiece,
grain carried,
have carried,
lakes valley,
makes many,
named carrie,
named kathy,
names apply,
phrase carries,
place carried,
plague carried,
plane carried,
plane carries,
plate carried,
plate carries,
rates apply,
slave carried,
spain carried,
stage carried,
stage carries,
state carried,
state carries,
states apply,
strain carries,
take fancy,
trade carried,
train carried,
train carries,
weight carried

4 syllables:
mohave valley,
today many,
always apply,
survey carried,
today carried,
today carries,
unlike harry,
became rabbi,
always handy,
became allied,
became allies,
campaign rally,
contain fatty,
contain many,
exchange alley,
exclaimed harry,
later harry,
moraine valley,
remain allied,
always carried,
always carries,
assays carried,
brigade carried,
campaign carried,
contain caffeine,
debate carried,
details apply,
female carries,
later apply

5 syllables:
hurricane hattie,
japanese allies,
japanese carried,
japanese kanji,
passaic valley,
predicates apply

Some other possibilities:

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