Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with issues:

2 syllables:
be in shoes,
fill shoes,
gym shoes,
his shoes,
thick shoes,
which shews,
were jews,
which use,
with jews,
cousin louise,
did use,
his use,
ill use,
in use,
split hooves,
still use,
there rules,
this news,
this use,
will use,
with news,
with use,
filled shoes,
fills shoes,
fish pools,
parish schools,
tipped shoes,
winged shoes,
la luz,
when news,
gib boom,
his soul,
his suit,
is soon,
jib boom,
this soon,
this soul,
this suit,
deck shoes,
fish as,
fish eyes,
her shoes,
my shoes,
parish whose,
snow shoes,
straw shoes,
bridge rules,
fish mousse,
pierre jules,
switch moves,
switch rooms,
switch views,
which moves,
which rules,
which used,
which views,
being used,
bit too,
brick flues,
brick tombs,
built tombs,
chih fu,
chill rooms,
click tools,
drift tubes,
ear tubes,
firing rules,
fish food,
fish soup,
flint tools,
here used

3 syllables:
issue as,
issue has,
issue whose,
extra shoes,
tissue as,
tissue has,
tissue whose,
issue shows,
issue these,
issue those,
issue was,
issued as,
polish shoes,
their shoes,
tying shoes,
enough shoes,
repair shoes,
issue is,
jimmy choos,
adding rooms,
adding rules,
career moves,
clear clues,
clear pools,
clear rules,
clear views,
flying hooves

4 syllables:
issuer whose,
continue as

Some other possibilities:

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