Word of the week –
pretend – (verb) – speak and act so as to make it appear that something is the case when in fact it is not. Lay claim to (a quality or title).
Synonyms – profess, affect, pose, posture, dissemble
pretend – (adjective) – not really what it is represented as being; used in a game or deception.
Synonyms – imaginary, imagined, pretended, make-believe, made-up, fantasy
Lets pretend to be the friends we are no more
A lot of water has flown under the bridge
Since we were like twin souls separated at birth
The angry words and hurt feelings are all there
We have so many unresolved issues still
Let’s behave as we used to do back in the days
But let’s pretend to be as we were before
Because in a corner of my heart you live still
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