Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with the living dead:

3 syllables:
giving head,
giving bread,
giving death,
rear its head,
bringing bread,
bringing death,
diving bell,
fearing death,
filling thread,
giving check,
giving them,
giving where,
nearing death,
rising bread,
rising death,
shearing sheds,
spinning thread,
shrinking head,
sinking head,
being in debt,
brick instead,
bridge instead,
drilling mud,
flipping lid,
him instead,
if instead,
is in debt,
is instead,
it instead,
paris instead,
sphere instead,
spring instead,
stick instead,
still intend,
string instead,
switch instead,
there instead,
thing instead,
which instead,
being impaired,
fishing net,
hearing tell,
is impaired,
swimming setae,
which impelled,
with impaired,
within death,
within shared

4 syllables:
cylinder head,
giving added,
giving married,
hearing denied,
missing addend,
peering ahead,
rising ahead,
skipping ahead,
appear instead,
asking instead,
career instead,
diminished heads,
finished ahead

5 syllables:
delivering bread,
rehearing denied

Some other possibilities:

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