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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sweet talk:

2 syllables:
by walk,
free walk,
screech hawk,
they walk,
bee hawk,
street walk,
they talked,
neat hack,
tie tack,
beat of,
beat off,
beef fork,
eat all,
eat of,
eat or,
feat of,
feet of,
feet off,
feet or,
feet tall,
fleet of,
heat of,
heat or,
meat of,
meat or,
meet all,
meet or,
seat of,
sheep walk,
sheet of,
sheet or,
street of,
street or,
street whore,
they taught,
they tore,
they walked,
three walked,
treat all,
treat of,
very tall,
wheat or,
bean stalk,
brief talks,
green stalk,
leaf stalk,
least talked,
peace talks,
seed stalk,
speed torque,
these talks,
wheat stalk,
wheel torque,
dry dock,
by jack,
by lack,
die back,
dry pack,
knee sock,
lie back,
my back,
my lack,
real hack,
ski rack,
they lack,
tie back,
tie rack,
try cock,
wheel lock,
bleed off,
breed of,
creed of,
creed or,
deed of,
deed or,
feed door,
feed off,
freed of,
greed of,
heed of,
my door,
need all,
need of,
need or,
read all,
read of,
read off,
read or,
seed of

3 syllables:
skeeter hawk,
complete or,
conceit of,
concrete or,
defeat of,
expressly taught,
repeat of,
retreat of,
concrete walks,
peter falk,
sea hawk

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