Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black hills:

2 syllables:
class skills,
add ins,
class sings,
brass mills,
frank kings,
jacques heers,
shang kings,
tack pins,
that fills,
track climbs,
bank bills,
dance skills,
frank mills,
frank wills,
match skills,
staff skills,
takes pills,
crack heads,
glass cells,
laugh comes,
lock ins,
that tells,
track comes,
track heads,
trois villes,
walk ins,
back its,
at things,
bad things,
bat wings,
brass rings,
catch things,
class fears,
class lives,
class peers,
class rings,
class years,
glass rings,
glass spheres,
lambs ears,
laugh filled,
patch things,
smash things,
staff years,
stand ins,
that lives,
that things,
what things,
back as,
brass scales,
who kills,
back his,
back is,
jack is,
sac is,
stack is,
track is

3 syllables:
attack killed,
package whose,
anger kills,
attack skills,
combat skills,
enhance skills,
attack comes,
enough pills,
apache tears,
basis as,
cabin noise,
combat wings,
harry innes,
having as,
laughing as,
magic eyes,
myriad lives,
myriad things,
myriad years,
of that ilk,
passing as,
planning as,
planning has,
rabbis whose,
rabbit whose,
savage whose,
attack as,
attack cells,
enough skills,
attack is,
dragging heels,
abbey mills,
abstract things,
acting as,
active as,
attack him,
attack in,
attack it

4 syllables:
abraham moles,
fanatic whose,
attaching these,
attacking these

5 syllables:
topographic highs

Some other possibilities:

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