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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with get to:

2 syllables:
but how,
but who,
bung ho,
can no,
can now,
chief who,
done no,
done now,
dutch hoe,
grub hoe,
gung ho,
judge how,
judge who,
man no,
man now,
man who,
men now,
men who,
some who,
son who,
then how,
then no,
then who,
was how,
was who,
when no,
but do,
but go,
but hope,
but low,
but no,
but now,
but oh,
but one,
but so,
but two,
but whose,
butt hole,
cut one,
cut two,
just how,
just who,
let go,
let no,
let one,
parent who,
put no,
put one,
put so,
put two,
u o,
it who,
yet how,
yet who,
blood whose,
can do,
man do,
men do,
much do,
some do,
then do,
thus do,
up do,
when do,
be as one,
bung hole,
can go,
can hope,
can note,
can one,
can so,
can tho,
chief whose,
chuck hole,
come home,
come now,
come so,
comm mode,
done so,
douglas home,
fha loan,
fl. oz,
fl oz

3 syllables:
extra dough,
uncle who,
adult who,
asset whose,
added one,
added whole,
a la mode,
allaah knows,
allah knows,
allan poe,
arise whose,
become one,
become so,
become whole,
brother who,
extra phone

4 syllables:
area so

Some other possibilities:

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