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

2 syllables:
lead an,
et en,
et un,
et une,
met an,
net ton,
set an,
yet an,
bear an,
heath hen,
share an,
them an,
where an,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
dead when,
held an,
send an,
shared an,
spend an,
well done,
yet done,
bread in,
brood hen,
dead in,
did an,
good an,
good den,
lead in,
mud hen,
spread in,
stood an,
thread in,
wood hen,
c'est un,
cette jeune,
est en,
est un,
est une,
et non,
et son,
felt an,
gets an,
kept an,
left an,
met when,
sent an,
set can,
set gun,
spent an,
spent tan,
yet can,
yet when,
air can,
air con,
air gun,
air when,
bears an,
beth haran,
beth horon,
bren gun,
care can,
care when,
cell can,
dead as,
dead duck,
death can,
death when,
hence an,
herr von,
lead as,
lead up,
lead us,
less an,
penn yan

3 syllables:
express an,
possess an,
attend an,
prepared an,
added an,
ahead in,
accept an,
effect an,
except an,
expect an,
expressed an,
possessed an,
prevent an,
reflect an,
request an,
select an,
upset when,
ahead as,
arena in,
carry an,
era in,
never an

4 syllables:
declared an,
dilemma in

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