Do you remember the moment in English class when your teacher told you that rhyming isn't actually that big a deal in poetry? It was back when you were studying meter, assonance, consonance, and all the blah-blahs associated with Yeats, Bishop, and all that jazz.
That's about when I stopped caring about poetry. Postmodernism be damned! All I want is a tumbling rhyme scheme that keeps me on my feet. (The truth is, of course, that poetry does engage with rhyme — it's just not beholden to it.) For the best rhymes, then, we turn to music.
Music is a sort of rhyme in and of itself; the melody resonates with the chords below and the words match the ingrained rhythm. It's the best medium for a swell word-match, and it never disappoints. Who could forget the first time you realized that Eminem had just rhymed "spaghetti" with "heavy" and "already"? Long skinny noodles would never be the same.