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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with torch song:

2 syllables:
course wrong,
for long,
more long,
or long,
short songs,
or wrong,
though wrong,
called wrong,
though strong,
george sought,
all wrong,
board sought,
course strong,
court sought,
courts of,
courts or,
courts sought,
for strong,
force strong,
forks of,
forts of,
fourth prong,
fourths of,
gone wrong,
hong kong,
maung maung,
north sought,
or strong,
ports of,
quarts of,
sorts of,
sports hall,
sports of,
thought wrong,
wrong wrong,
forge strong,
george strong,
all long,
corps of,
corpse of,
course all,
course of,
course or,
force of,
force or,
force sought,
forth strong,
horse of,
horse or,
north strong,
porch of,
short strong,
source of,
source or,
boards of,
boards or,
chord drawn,
chords of,
cords of,
forms of,
forms or,
george caught,
george thought,
hordes of,
horns of,
lords of,
norms of,
storms of


3 syllables:
before long,
perform songs,
record songs,
enforce strong,
exports of,
moral wrong,
pahawh hmong,
reform sought,
report sought,
reports of,
reports or,
support sought,
supports of,
transports of,
choral songs,
divorce of,
divorce or,
foreign songs,
forty songs,
moral songs,
performed songs,
porter songs,
report strong,
story wrong,
support strong,
supports strong,
courtship songs,
records of,
records or,
reforms of,
sorrow songs


4 syllables:
enormous wrong


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