Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with melody:

3 syllables:
fresh honey,
them money,
belle helene,
della pieve,
della reale,
della reese,
gegen die,
headed by,
helm alee,
para i,
shell money,
smell funny,
smell money,
tel abib,
nelson dewey,
delle leggi,
philip i,
sell any,
beset by,
clement i,
credit by,
freda utley,
red-lead putty,
red lead putty,
arena three,
baeck college,
began by,
began my,
beta sheet,
breathe fully,
check money,
dead money,
emma peel,
feta cheese,
fresh appeal,
fresh money,
head money,
heaven by,
jedoch keine,
lemon pie,
level by,
metal leaf,
pecan pie,
pledge money,
press money,
section i.,
share fully,
share money,
spare money,
special leave,
special lien,
stared dully,
stephen neale,
stephen neill,
them fully,
where money,
where relief,
yet fully,
melon tree,
press lately,
smell musty,
tea tree

4 syllables:
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
abetted by,
conceded by,
yellow honey,
sell a dummy,
become muddy,
assess safety,
addressed fully,
aggression by,
assess fully,
carol ii,
collect honey,
darius i,
ecap ii,
excess money,
excess supply,
express fully,
express money,
expression by,
general lee,
heather honey,
level ii,
possess fully,
possess money,
possession by,
success fully,
uncle buddy,
developed by,
developed teeth,
enveloped by,
accepted by

5 syllables:
kamehameha i,
marcellus ii,
cigarette money,
vienna early

6 syllables:
gabriella zarri,
kamehameha early

Some other possibilities:

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