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

8 letters:
any gain,
any pain

10 letters:
heavy rain,
any change,
clary sage,
fairy cake,
fairy tale,
barry john

11 letters:
carry chain,
jerry wayne,
larry wayne,
heavy chain,
denny laine,
carry grain,
henry maine,
henry payne,
marie saint,
weary brain,
cherry wine,
merry chase,
berry phase,
fairy faith,
heavy drain,
heavy grain,
heavy paint,
heavy plane,
heavy rains,
heavy train,
penny plain,
petty gains,
series have,
terry waite,
larry james,
marry james,
carry eight,
henri saint,
canary vine,
canary wine,
every chain,
memory lane,
primary aim,
barry mason

12 letters:
heavy chains,
heavy change,
berry weight,
carry weight,
leslie wayne,
prairie sage,
pretty plain,
steady drain,
steady gains,
steady rains,
weary weight,
flare region,
marie jeanne,
fairly plain,
henry gained,
primary gain,
library fine,
binary phase,
primary wave,
serial chain,
barry whalen,
carry beyond,
cheddi jagan,
fairy maiden

13 letters:
prairie grain,
pennine chain,
steady change,
married eight,
prairie phase,
shelley plain,
merely change,
primary chain,
primary brain,
primary grain,
primary plane,
primary phase,
library james,
betty germain,
carry certain

14 letters:
prairie plains,
primary change,
apennine chain,
primary weight,
betty germaine,
married elaine,
prairie beyond,
library beyond

15 letters:
necessary chain,
salutary change,
necessary pains,
necessary shape,
necessary faith,
necessary phase

16 letters:
married eighteen,
necessary change,
necessary weight,
necessary beyond

17 letters:
necessary certain

Some other possibilities:

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