Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with someday:

3 syllables:
but today,
done away,
ran away,
brush away,
chuck away,
has a way,
rub away,
scrub away,
was away,
front today,
parent today,
young today,
beautiful day,
blood today,
button day,
comes away,
douglas mckay,
famous eight,
judge today,
muck-up day,
muck up day,
rural malay,
some delay,
stress today,
stuff today,
twice today,
young malay,
comes today,
can attain,
dressed today,
him away,
it today,
them away,
threat today,
canal ray,
cut a tape,
runs away,
blood assays,
chief female,
duchesse lace,
fetal age,
helen hayes,
jesus said,
jesus saith,
jesus says,
judges have,
tucked away,
him today,
summer day,
them today,
comet tails,
drunk today,
famous stage,
famous state,
lunch today,
man friday,
men friday

4 syllables:
become today,
added delay,
extra delay,
allan a dale,
begun today,
confront today,
extent today,
advice today,
arise today,
conduct today,
ended today,
lndia today,
office today,
product today,
quiet today,
result today,
becomes today,
addressed today,
admit today,
upset today,
added detail,
extra detail,
beautiful array,
bridal array,
double array,
extra delays,
current today,
funny today,
ireland today

5 syllables:
accurate today,
kamehameha day

Some other possibilities:

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