a little bit country or a little bit rock and roll

lepidoptera

Member
Español (Chile)
Hi,
I was wondering if you could please explain me the meaning of the question "Are you a little bit country or a little bit rock and roll?" I understand that country and rock and roll are music styles, but I want to know if there is another meaning than the literal for this phrase.

Thanks in advance. ;)
 
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  • borgonyon

    Senior Member
    Mexican Spanish
    Según lo veo, tiene que ver con el tipo de persona que escucha uno u otro tipo de música. Yo sería, por ejemplo, "a little bit of country and a whole lot of rock and roll", por decir algo. Por otra parte, la gente del campo generalmente prefiere la música country, mientras que la gente de la ciudad generalmente prefiere la música de rock and roll.

    Por otra parte, podría estar completamente equivocado y el asunto tiene que ver con la vida amorosa de las lechuzas o las diferentes clases de arácnidos. :D
     

    space_cadet00

    Member
    English - United States
    I think you are right, the only thing I would correct is that it is less campo vs. ciudad and more south vs. north. Generally the northern parts of the United States are more rock and roll and the southern parts are more country.
     
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