It creates order, structure and cohesion. Kinda brings everything together.
One must take care when rhyming to show restraint. An inflexible insistence on rhyming everything will turn something charming into something stilted or ridiculous.
I am not a big fan of matching but I am a sucker for rhyme in lyrics, even (and sometimes especially) when excessive or ridiculous. I am not a stickler for a formal and proper rhyme, a near rhyme will suit. Assonance may be "getting the rhyme wrong" but I like it all the same.
While not a matter of life and death, sometimes finding the right one can cause a headache of Guy Music proportions.
When you are ready to bang your head against a piano, spare your cranium and get thee to a rhyming dictionary. A simple Google search will no doubt lead you to one or many very nice ones.
The rhyming site that I was first introduced to by DF is RhymeZone.
There is also rhymer.com
The following kinda rhymes are brought to you by RhymeZone, Rhymer, and the filter of my brain.
Oven kinda rhymes with: lovin', coven, shovin', shruggin', huggin', tuggin', muggin', wom-un, pluggin', sullen, sudden, sloven, roughen, dudgeon, clubbin', runnin', stunnin', run in.
I am trying to convince myself that apron, arson, tungsten, and blowgun are also kinda rhymes for oven. There is such potential in each of these words. Alas, wanting a thing to be true, does not automatically make it so.
He toils before the oven?
and polishes his blowgun
feeling sad and sullen
Hmmmm. It doesn't quite gel.
Excuse me, while I find a piano to bang my head on.