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The contraction "LET'S" and the verb "LETS" are commonly used in English, but have different meanings. The form used in the song and video is "LET'S" (with an apostrophe). It is a contraction of "let" and "us". It is often used as an invitation or suggestion. However, "LETS" means TO ALLOW something. For instance, "Fred lets Mary ride his motorcycle to work." Know and understand the difference!

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