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Like a trampoline, up and down.

Breaking rules when no one’s around.

Then she asks, there’s never a right.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.

Crash, routine, so much to decide.

Moderation; best for a long ride.

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Like a trampoline, up and down.

Breaking rules when no one’s around.

Then she asks, there’s never a right.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.

Crash, routine, so much to decide.

Moderation; best for a long ride.

manic depressive

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Like a trampoline, up and down.

Breaking rules when no one’s around.

Then she asks, there’s never a right.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.

Crash, routine, so much to decide.

Moderation; best for a long ride.

con artist .....?

;) or dual personality.....? :wacko::ph34r:
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Like a trampoline, up and down.

Breaking rules when no one’s around.

Then she asks, there’s never a right.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.

Crash, routine, so much to decide.

Moderation; best for a long ride.

dishonest.

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a secretary...? n.off (no offense)

Sister...?

I was going to ask what "n.off" meant - but you got that edit in before I replied. Sorry to say your answers are still not right. Good guesses, but just not the answer I have in mind.

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Like a trampoline, up and down.

Breaking rules when no one’s around.

Then she asks, there’s never a right.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.

Crash, routine, so much to decide.

Moderation; best for a long ride.

Breaking free from prison

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Like a trampoline, up and down.- the highs and lows of life

Breaking rules when no one’s around.- this would get you in trouble

Then she asks, there’s never a right.- I don't know how this would fit.

Lie. She feels good. Save his life.- Well, if you had just broken free from prison, you would feel good, too, right? I don't know about the second part

Crash, routine, so much to decide.- self-explanitory

Moderation; best for a long ride.- same as above.

Tangible? I don't know why I put this in a spoiler.

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relationships with men

This is my favorite answer so far. I feel like it could fit every line of it, although not the way I feel. I am starting to worry that people will be disappointed with my dull answer compared to all of these.

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