Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mary jane:

3 syllables:
carry chain,
jerry wayne,
larry wayne,
heavy chain,
any gain,
any pain,
denny laine,
heavy rain,
carry grain,
henry maine,
henry payne,
marie saint,
prairie grain,
weary brain,
cherry wine,
any change,
heavy chains,
heavy change,
merry chase,
pennine chain,
steady change,
berry phase,
berry weight,
carry weight,
clary sage,
fairy cake,
fairy faith,
fairy tale,
heavy drain,
heavy grain,
heavy paint,
heavy plane,
heavy rains,
heavy train,
leslie wayne,
married eight,
penny plain,
petty gains,
prairie phase,
prairie sage,
pretty plain,
series have,
shelley plain,
steady drain,
steady gains,
steady rains,
terry waite,
weary weight,
barry john,
flare region,
marie jeanne,
larry james,
marry james,
merely change,
carry eight,
fairly plain,
henri saint,
henry gained,
prairie plains

4 syllables:
primary chain,
primary gain,
primary change,
primary brain,
primary grain,
primary plane,
canary vine,
canary wine,
library fine,
apennine chain,
every chain,
binary phase,
memory lane,
primary phase,
primary wave,
primary weight,
library james,
primary aim,
serial chain,
barry mason,
barry whalen,
betty germain,
betty germaine,
carry beyond,
carry certain,
cheddi jagan,
fairy maiden,
married eighteen,
married elaine,
prairie beyond

5 syllables:
necessary chain,
necessary change,
salutary change,
necessary pains,
necessary shape,
necessary faith,
necessary phase,
necessary weight,
library beyond

6 syllables:
necessary beyond,
necessary certain

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