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rock on

An expression of happiness, excitement, or enthusiasm. A: "I hear our class won a trip to Paris!" B: "Rock on! I've always wanted to see Paris!"
See also: on, rock
References in classic literature ?
On his return, he reported that the shelves of rock on our right would enable us to gain with little risk the bottom of the cataract.
There is a pretty high rock on the northwest of Earraid, which
One day in December Daylight filled a pan from bed rock on his own claim and carried it into his cabin.
Nay, here I must bide, so I went out of the cave to the spring which flows from the rock on the right yonder and washed my wounds and drank.
As they proceeded, the walls of rock on either side grew higher and higher.
On these occasions Peter would take my hand, and each of us stretching as far as we could, he was thus enabled to get a firm footing two paces or rather more from me, whence a spring would probably bring him to the rock on the other side; then, turning around, he called to me to come, and, taking a couple of steps carefully, I was met at the third by his outstretched hand ready to clasp mine, and in a moment stood by his side.
Even though they're only in elementary school the sisters from Milford, Connecticut, are already the owners of Rock On, a painted rock business that they accidentally started back in May 2010.