Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with music:

2 syllables:
too sick,
smooth thick,
too thick,
you pick,
blue silk,
cue stick,
glue stick,
you stick,
cues in,
group inc.,
hoof pick,
jews ear,
jews in,
jews is,
mule kick,
news in,
news is,
shoes in,
strewn thick,
too quick,
use here,
use him,
use his,
use if,
use in,
use is,
use it,
views in,
views is,
you click,
you picked,
you think,
shoes kicked,
you suck,
blue book,
blue buck,
blue duck,
boot hook,
crew neck,
ewe neck,
new book,
new look,
screw neck,
whew duck,
you check,
you look,
you took,
blue fig,
choose his,
choose it,
loose in,
too big,
you sing,
you sit,
blew lid,
bloom in,
blue chip,
blue fish,
blue pill,
blue ridge,
blue tit,
blue with,
boom in,
boot hill,
booth there,
clued in,
cool in,
cool it,
coop in,
coup in,
crew were,
cue bid

3 syllables:
produce thick,
accuse him,
reviews in,
louis ix,
pu$haz ink,
review check,
abuse in,
abuse is,
produce his,
produce in,
produce is,
produce it,
reduce his,
reduce it,
refuse him,
refuse it,
a true bill,
acute in,
as you were,
as you wish,
assume in,
assume it,
bedroom in

4 syllables:
molecule thick,
molecules thick,
reproduce in,
absolute in,
absolute is

Some other possibilities:

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