Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beyonce:

2 syllables:
may once,
have once,
said once,
gray fox,
play box,
stray locks,
stray shots,
dray horse,
play offs,
stray horse,
lay odds,
may argue,
are once,
as france,
as once,
assure france,
eight ounce,
en france,
grade dance,
her once,
moray house,
of france,
on france,
play house,
played dance,
so once,
they once,
us once,
weigh house,
who once,
write once,
you once,
├«le de france,
freight tons,
base box,
brain box,
brave hearts,
crane shots,
day are,
drain cocks,
eight knots,
eight locks,
eight shops,
eight shots,
frame shops,
grade rocks,
grain shops,
have lots,
have nots,
mail box,
may want,
place rocks,
play are,
play hob,
played darts,
same month,
shape parts,
slate rocks,
snail hosts,
space rocks,
space shots,
stage box,
straight locks,
straight shots,
stray marks,
the have nots,
trade shocks

3 syllables:
beyond his,
rayon piece,
today france,
today wants,
today argue,
malay house,
relay house,
cascade locks,
clayey rocks,
contain rocks,
defray costs,
delay costs,
delay slots,
detail shots,
female hearts,
female honour,
female hosts,
friday mosques,
grey fox,
resale shops,
retail shops,
survey charts,
survey costs,
survey marks,
survey plots,
today are,
today costs,
today marks

4 syllables:
faraday house,
aggregate shocks,
japanese hosts,
japanese shops,
predicate locks

Some other possibilities:

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