Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with piano:

2 syllables:
from how,
huang ho,
tom o,
dog who,
god who,
got to,
hot to,
lot to,
not how,
not owe,
not to,
not who,
plot to,
pot to,
scott to,
shot to,
spot to,
both now,
cause no,
far no,
from no,
from no.,
from now,
got no,
john doe,
john doh,
john to,
lodge no.,
not no,
not now,
once so,
tae kwon do,
want to,
whom no,
wont to,
down now,
gone now,
know no,
know now,
law no,
law no.,
saw no,
show no,
than how,
than now,
though no,
though now,
town who,
balm so,
from home,
from low,
from one,
from so,
from tho,
from to,
from whose,
whom do,
whom one,
whom to,
art to,
bar shoe,
bar to,
block coal,
block to,
block whose,
bob hope,
bog hole,
bog oak,
both so,
both those,
both to,
car to,
cause to,
cause whose,
chart to,
clock to,
clock whose,
cock crow,
cop to,
cost to,
crop to,
dog do,
dog hole,
dog to,
drop to,
dropped to,
far to,
flock to,
flocked to,
follow one

3 syllables:
enough now,
apart to,
awake to,
compare to,
declare to,
dubois wrote,
father who,
females who

4 syllables:
another who

Some other possibilities:

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