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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kung fu:

2 syllables:
bien phu,
some few,
but few,
has few,
tsung tu,
can sue,
can you,
come too,
come you,
done you,
han yu,
kan su,
lan chou,
man you,
men you,
non jew,
plum yew,
some new,
then too,
then you,
wen chou,
when due,
when thou,
when too,
when you,
beg you,
but due,
but knew,
but new,
but thou,
but true,
but you,
fuck you,
get new,
get you,
has too,
just too,
let you,
love you,
much new,
much too,
much you,
put you,
pva glue,
stuff you,
such new,
thus you,
up new,
up too,
up you,
was due,
was new,
was too,
was you,
man flu,
man knew,
men knew,
some food,
then new,
when food,
when new,
blood feud,
but too,
chung yeung,
get food,
get too,
hung loose,
la rue,
much food,
pet food,
put too,
sprung loose,
swung loose,
u.s. food,
young shoot,
lung fluke,
young fools,
young fruit,
in few,
being due,
being too,
bring new,
bring you,
cheng chou,
his few,
thing you,
were few,
which few,
with few,
yet few


3 syllables:
become due,
become too,
added new,
i love you,
unless you,
hsiung nu,
a good few,
adding new,
asking you


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