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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rain dance:

2 syllables:
main chance,
maine chance,
brain takes,
chain takes,
plane takes,
strain takes,
train takes,
brain paths,
grain sacks,
state vance,
strain paths,
take chance,
crane stance,
faint chance,
flame danced,
mainte nance,
drained and,
gained and,
stained and,
strained and,
strange chance,
trained and,
claim takes,
frame takes,
faith takes,
frame packs,
frame shacks,
grace takes,
phase takes,
phrase takes,
place takes,
played tapes,
scale takes,
shape takes,
slave takes,
space takes,
stage takes,
stained pants,
trade takes,
trail takes,
waste takes,
eight paths,
eight sacks,
eight tracks,
grave wax,
male rats,
place jacques,
place mats,
played jacks,
scale wax,
space paths,
state lacks,
straight backs,
straight paths,
straight tracks,
trace paths,
trained hawks,
trained horse,
change takes,
change tapes,
claimed and,
faint and,
faint tracks,
faith stance,
framed and,
gains tax,
grain banks,
james vance,
named and,
named jacques,
paint and,
pay tax,
plate takes

3 syllables:
belay stance,
campaign takes,
contained and,
explained and,
obtained and,
remained and,
restrained and,
retained and,
sustained and,
always takes,
beyond chance,
female takes,
create paths,
female rats,
portray blacks,
upgrade paths,
campaign staffs,
complaint and,
debate takes,
delay takes,
estate takes,
estate tax,
exchange takes

4 syllables:
uncertain chance,
ascertained and,
uncertain glance,
hurricane lamps

Some other possibilities:

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