I've noticed this quite often from Disney sound tracks.
Lyrics are in a certain rhyming scheme - one line happens and the next line approaches the end of the line, but the last word subverts the rhyme.
I have looked at this question and feel it's related, but not the same effect.
Example: "In Summer" from Olaf in Frozen
Da da, da doo, a bubba bubba boo
The hot and the cold are both so intense
Put them together ? it just makes sense!
Rata ta ta dada dada da doo
Winter's a good time to stay in and cuddle
But put me in summer and I'll be a happy snowman!
Obviously, the expectation is that the word is "puddle"
It feels like a lyrical version of deceptive cadence, but I cannot find a succinct term for such an effect.
The linked question accepts the answer "Broken Lyric" or "Enjambment", which may still be the answer here, but I am certain that these are two different effects.