Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with follow on:

2 syllables:
be stolen

3 syllables:
followed an,
follows an,
solo man,
allow an,
hollow in,
wallow in,
ago when,
aso san,
barrow man,
drop open,
from open,
hoppo men,
not open,
onto an,
swallow up,
followed when,
ago in,
homme moyen,
plato in,
ago as,
all open,
allowed an,
allows an,
also an,
below an,
fall open,
followed in,
follows in,
shallow ocean,
small open,
block motion,
cause motion,
followed as,
followed up,
followed us,
follows as,
follows up,
from moment,
from roman,
giant ocean,
large ocean,
large open,
lodge opened,
most open,
not opened,
otto von,
scotch roman,
scott opened,
shock motion,
square opened,
stock opened,
stop codon,
stop motion,
swallowed up,
top onion,
tossed ocean,
allow in,
almost an,
almost ten,
charles bowen,
harvey logan,
loch lomond

4 syllables:
bizarre notion,
bourgeois notion,
following an,
chicago in,
i'homme moyen,
piano in,
bizarre moment,
bizarre notions,
bourgeois notions,
chicago opened,
compare groen,
father hoecken,
father hogan,
madame roguin,
passage opened,
passage opens,
piano tuned,
plato alone,
plato often,
robert owen,
roger bowen,
salon opened,
squacco heron,
bowel motion,
colonel hayne,
colonel in,
followed often,
hollow organ,
hollow wooden,
johnny logan,
model ocean,
molly opened,
naval ocean,
only open

5 syllables:
chicago alone,
chicago urban,
piano alone

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