Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Colossians:

2 syllables:
block comes,
knock comes,
shock comes,
stock comes,
hot tubs,
par les,
scotch tunes,
watch as,
both as,
calm as,
car as,
car has,
cause as,
cause has,
data as,
dog has,
drama as,
far as,
far has,
from as,
from u.s.,
god as,
god has,
got as,
hot as,
job as,
job has,
john as,
john has,
mock suns,
not as,
rock as,
rock buns,
shot as,
spot as,
squash bugs,
stock as,
stock has,
whom has,
marsh wrens,
drop ins,
lock ins,
cause comes,
block clubs,
dont les,
france cedes,
god loves,
job hunt

3 syllables:
o'clock comes,
passage as,
passage has,
as far as,
canada as,
chosen as,
chosen whose,
common as,
often as,
often has,
often knows,
swollen knees,
facial lines,
option whose,
spatial noise,
passage comes,
remark comes,
bosses whose,
causes as,
causes whose,
clara dawes,
clara louise,
cotta heads,
cottage whose,
data was,
dos a dos,
drama shows,
drama was,
dubois clubs,
goggle eyes,
gonna cause,
gonna raise,
losses as,
mama was,
model as,
model has,
model whose,
naga hills,
nodded as,
novel as,
novel has,
novel whose,
papa was,
plotted as

4 syllables:
apostle whose,
canada geese,
canada jays,
canada shows,
canada these,
canada was,
granada hills

5 syllables:
alabama hills

Some other possibilities:

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