Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blue eye:

5 letters:
a fly,
a guy

6 letters:
a high,
a sigh,
bo hai,
le puy,
po hai

7 letters:
you buy,
as high,
by high,
my high,
no high,
of high,
on high,
so high,
to high,
wei hai

8 letters:
new high,
too high,
cpu time,
dew line,
due time,
flu like,
new file,
new life,
new line,
new site,
new time,
new type,
new wife,
new wine,
shoo fly,
too fine,
too wide,
too wise,
you give,
you like,
you live,
you ride,
you time,
you type,
are high,
fly high,
her high,
how high,
low high,
sky high,
two high

9 letters:
flew high,
clew line,
few white,
flue pipe,
fuel line,
hoop pine,
new light,
new right,
too light,
too right,
too tight,
true life,
true pine,
true time,
you fight,
you might,
you right,
you while,
you write,
high high,
knee high,
very high,
muay thai

10 letters:
screw pile,
screw pine,
true light,
true rhyme,
fligh high,
on the fly,
thigh high

11 letters:
groom might,
loose sight,
new heights,
queue while,
school life,
threw light

12 letters:
plume height,
shoot height,
tooth height,
produce high,
bedroom eyes,
review guide,
review might,
review while,
review write,
bermuda high

13 letters:
smooth thighs,
bedroom might,
costume might,
absolute time

14 letters:
withdrew while

15 letters:
absolute height

Some other possibilities:

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