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The sentence is from Eric Thomas’ Secrets to Success Speech.

Guru said,
“If you wanna make money,
I’ll meet you tomorrow. 4 AM.”

So the young man got there 4 AM.
He all ready to rock n’ roll.
Got on a suit.
Should have worn shorts.

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    Citations need context, the man is not about to go out dancing, it's a figure of speech. – Mari-Lou A Sep 29 '16 at 11:17
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It is an idiomatic expression that means, ready to move, to start doing something. The expression refers to the dancing performed to rock n' roll music , with exaggerated body movements stressing the beat.

Let's rock and roll!

  • Inf. Let's get started!; Let's get moving!

    • A: Everybody ready? B: Yeah. A: Good. Let's rock and roll!

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs.

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