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Top rhymes for songwriters

Words that rhyme withend.

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Songwriting rhymes for end

These rhymes are specially chosen by our unique songwriting rhyming dictionary that gives you usable, singable suggestions.

    • bend
    • friend
    • spend
    • send
    • pretend
    • lend
    • tend
    • comprehend
    • mend
    • weekend
    • depend
    • girlfriend
    • boyfriend
    • rest
    • death
    • when
    • said
    • then
    • again
    • head
    • tell
    • there
    • friends
    • where
    • there's
    • well
    • them
    • myself
    • left
    • scared


Perfect rhymes for end

Near rhymes for end

Near rhymes work great for songwriting, often giving a more interesting feel than perfect rhymes.


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Are you a songwriter who is tired of not being able to think of words that rhyme with your song's subject? I know I was this way

It's awful, especially when you need to come up with lyrics quickly! This is where a rhyming dictionary can help; however, most dictionaries just spit out a word regardless if it's usable in a song

For example, if you're writing a song about how you miss your grandmother, the last thing you want to hear as "Homeland"

We all know that's not singable and it doesn't even have the right meaning! With Chorus, we find you only those rhymes which are useful for songwriters, so you know that the words we give you are singable and work for the genre you're writing in

This is just a sample of the rhymes you can find with Chorus. We have many more tools to help you be a better writer. Sign up for Chorus now!


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