let it go

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Verb1.let it go - not act; "He thought of a reply but let it go"
refrain, forbear - resist doing something; "He refrained from hitting him back"; "she could not forbear weeping"
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References in classic literature ?
Oh, well, let it go; it's no matter - I'll talk to the doctor.
So I let it go at that, though I couldn't see no advantage in my representing a prisoner if I got to set down and chaw over a lot of gold-leaf distinctions like that every time I see a chance to hog a watermelon.
It used to bother me terribly, but I let it go. I found that as long as I was malting the music for me, [music] that was inside of my heart and was uniquely me, then people can say what they want [about] smooth jazz, or pop instrumental, or light jazz, to use your term--which I hate, by the way.