The word "touch" is very flexible
touch 1 FEEL [transitive] to put your hand, finger etc. on someone or something
She reached out to touch his arm.
If your house has been burgled, you shouldn’t touch anything until the police arrive.
‘Don’t touch me!’ she yelled.
touch somebody on the arm/leg etc
A hand touched her on the shoulder.
literary to move something so that it reaches something else with no space between the two things
She touched the handkerchief to her nose.
He touched his lips to her hair.
It found "touch it with your lips", but not "touch your lips to it"
Are these roughly interchangeable?: "You don't touch the ball with your lips", "you don't touch your lips to / onto the ball"?