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In various forms, grammatically correct or not, it is meant to mean "Let the good times roll."
The Cajun French version has a slightly different pronunciation. Two common variations are:
- "less-ay lay bon tomp ru-lay"
- "lay-say lay bawn tawmp ru-lay"

It is commonly used to mean the speaker is determined to celebrate, whatever the occasion.
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