Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sticky bun:

3 syllables:
being eaten,
being even,
cities on,
disease on,
him even,
if even,
in even,
is eaten,
is even,
it even,
paris season,
shear region,
there even,
there reason,
this even,
this season,
were eaten,
were even,
which even,
will even,
with even,
quickly eaten,
quickly when,
smith ian,
thick region,
ii on,
quickly on,
chilly bin,
mickey finn,
his weapon,
this weapon,
being beaten,
bridge region,
bring reason,
chris weedon,
disease can,
fifty men,
finley dunne,
his reason,
in milan,
in reason,
in season,
indeed an,
indeed on,
is reason,
paris region,
pirin region,
ridge region,
routing region,
since even,
split season,
spring season,
string reason,
switch region,
there reasons,
this lesion,
this reason,
this region,
were beaten,
which reason,
with reason,
whiskey punch,
whisky punch

4 syllables:
pamir region,
gritty urban,
jimmy bowen,
vicki robin,
being easy on,
benign lesion,
billy cotton,
billy herman,
career reasons,
clear reason,
clear region,
commit treason,
committee can,
committees on,
dearly won,
dinner eaten,
eclipse season,
entirely eaten,
exist even,
h ii region,
hii region,
is easy on,
jimmy allen,
nearly eaten,
nearly ten,
period on,
precisely when,
richie allen,
schuylkill region,
their reason,
their region,
until reason,
billy began

5 syllables:
criteria can,
delivery man,
delivery van,
material on

Some other possibilities:

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