Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with street girl:

2 syllables:
cheat girls,
peter earle,
sweet girls,
treat girls,
leaf curl,
seed pearl,
green pearl,
beach girls,
creek girls,
dream girls,
greek girls,
steve earle,
sweet world,
teach girls,
these girls,
cheeked girls,
three girls,
cheese curls,
green curled,
seed pearls,
sleep curled,
steam curled,
sweet curve,
bleak world,
clean world,
dream world,
eat dirt,
greek world,
green world,
league world,
marine world,
neat work,
nietzsche werke,
reach world,
real world,
routine world,
screen world,
sweet birch,
sweet fern,
sweet verse,
the real world,
weet bird,
wheat germ,
wheat worth,
sweet gale,
by world,
feet per,
free world,
lousy world,
my turn,
my world,
reached world,
sweet earth,
they turn,
three world,
speed curve,
bead fern,
bean curd,
beat her,
creep curve,
green curve,
greet her,
meet her

3 syllables:
chinese girls,
college girls,
complete world,
concrete world,
fourteen girls,
obese girls,
cheetah girls,
complete curve,
achieve world,
believe world,
chinese world,
college world,
complete birth,
complete church,
complete search,
complete verse,
complete work,
concrete church,
machine world,
supreme world,
surreal world,
unreal world,
unseen world,
ancient world,
either all,
either whole,
icy pearled,
seeing girls,
sweet-birch oil,
unfree world,
wheat germ oil,
chinese curse,
fatigue curve,
meeting girls,
meter shall

4 syllables:
latina girls

5 syllables:
premenarcheal girls

Some other possibilities:

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