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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drive by:

2 syllables:
hive bee,
clive dewey,
give my,
give thee,
give very,
hive bees,
fly worry,
hide my,
life sci,
life they,
light they,
like my,
like they,
might die,
might lie,
might see,
might they,
might try,
night they,
price they,
right knee,
side they,
sind die,
sine die,
spike lee,
time they,
type vi,
while my,
while they,
white lie,
wine whey,
write my,
type i,
bright beauty,
buy my,
eye fi,
five feet,
five leaf,
give these,
give three,
high key,
keyes beech,
light beam,
light beige,
like very,
might very,
prime beef,
tai chi,
time been,
time my,
time very,
white beach,
white bead,
white bean,
white beauty,
white beech,
white tie,
wild bee,
give each,
gives beauty,
high beam,
gave my,
have my,
have they,
have very,
may very,
save my,
slave tty,
bright piece,
high speed,
light piece,
night piece,
prime piece,
prize piece

3 syllables:
forgive my,
briefly three,
chiefly three,
admire beauty,
alive these,
alive three,
arrive three,
combine beauty,
define beauty,
deprive these,
derive these,
derive three,
divine beauty,
forgive these,
ivan i,
live a lie,
relive these,
revive these,
sublime beauty,
survive these,
survive three,
describe each,
briefly speak,
desire peace,
divine peace,
favourite piece

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