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I can

Go with your heart but not with your brain

Mess with your head but not with your hair

Flow with your blood and hang with your shoulder

Stay with your feet but not with your ankle

Who am I?

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You are:

COLD - and each of the lines in this riddle describe words that can (or cannot) be connected with 'cold' to make common phrases.

I can: Go with your heart but not with your brain

You can describe someone as 'cold-hearted' (but not 'cold-brained'...).

I can: Mess with your head but not with your hair

You can have a 'head cold' (but not a 'hair cold'...).

I can: Flow with your blood and hang with your shoulder

Some animals are 'cold-blooded', and you can give someone the 'cold shoulder'.

I can: Stay with your feet but not with your ankle

You can get 'cold feet' and chicken out of something (but you can't get 'cold ankles'...).

And as for the title:

You can catch a cold, but you won't enjoy it!

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