Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hairy tongue:

3 syllables:
carry young,
larry young,
marry young,
merry young,
weary young,
any young,
freddie young,
heavy young,
pretty young,
steady young,
married young,
fairly young,
henry young,
jeffrey young,
marries young,
merely young,
eerie thing,
egg eating,
fairy ring,
fiery young,
flesh eating,
fresh eating,
heavy eating,
larry king,
married an,
married on,
scary thing,
bread eaten,
carry some,
cherry rum,
flare region,
flesh eaten,
gerry schum,
jerry can,
merry men,
peggy eaton,
series on,
where even,
where reason,
fairy cup,
healthy young,
hefty young,
marie neurath,
marie was,
mary was,
press seattle,
series as,
series has,
trendy young,
twenty young,
vary much,
wealthy young,
fiery tongues,
hair seating,
pressure heating,
carry an,
carry on,
henry eaton,
merry tunes,
prairie hen,
carefree young,
carry stuff,
carry twice,
carry us,
heavy trunk,
marie touchet,
marry twice,
marry up,
mary as,
scary stuff

4 syllables:
excess heating,
library being,
primary being,
primary thing,
repair regen,
every young,
library was,
library on,
married among,
primary tumour,
berries along,
caries among,
carry nothing,
carrying young,
library as,
library has,
marrying young,
series along

5 syllables:
necessary being,
necessary thing,
salutary thing,
commentaries on,
necessary when,
necessary but,
necessary evil,
necessary on,
necessary as,
primarily young

6 syllables:
necessary heating,
necessary cutting

Some other possibilities:

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