Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with red notice:

2 syllables:
showed us,
drove us,
growth assay,
probe assay,
shown us,
shows us,
who thus,
do us,
throat twice,
to us,
wrote twice,
boat is,
coat is,
note is,
quote is,
throat is,
vote is,
wrote his,
boat as,
hold us,
note as,
quote as,
throat as,
to dust,
told us,
vote as,
wrote as,
boat on,
broke the ice,
close ups,
coat on,
do just,
dote on,
float on,
go bust,
go nuts,
no buts,
no just,
note on,
now just,
now must,
one ups,
pro tem,
roll ups,
so just,
so must,
to just,
to ten,
tote up,
two cups,
two must,
vote on,
who just,
who must,
whole posse,
wrote an,
wrote on,
wrote up,
blow ups,
bowed twice,
broke twice,
crows twice,
gross stress,
phone twice,
showed twice,
shown twice,
spoke twice,
to stress,
to trust,
bowed his,
code is

3 syllables:
above us,
unto us,
devote his,
promote his,
remote as,
toward us,
over us,
plateau pulse,
polar ice,
promote an,
showing us,
yoga is,
above twice,
alone twice,
bio assay,
moated house,
motor bus,
noted is,
plateau stress,
promote trust,
protein assay,
rowton house,
total house,
total is,
total loss

4 syllables:
arizona house,
mucosa is,
devoted his,
mendota heights

Some other possibilities:

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