A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from August 05, 2018
“It’s not how big the house is. It’s how happy the home is”

"It’s not how big the house is. It’s how happy the home is” is a saying that has been printed on many images. “It’s not how bigs the house… It’s how happy the home.  How poor is the rich man who lives all alone?” was posted on Twitter by Stefanie Yandell on September 2, 2009. “It’s not how big the house is but how happy the home, how poor is the rich man that lives all alone” was posted on Twitter by CheckMark Surveys on February 8, 2011.

“Its not how big a house its how happy the home, how poor is a rich man who lives all alone?” #AaronWatson #greattsong” was posted on Twitter by Harmony kreutziger on October 5, 2011. “It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is. #AaronWatson” was posted on Twitter by Andrew Villagran on February 9, 2012.

“But it’s not how big’s the house it’s how happy’s the home” is from the song “Shut Up and Dance” (2003) by American country music singer and songwriter Aaron Watson.


Genius.com
Shut Up And Dance
Aaron Watson
Album Shut Up And Dance (2003)

(...)
When you’re in my arms it makes me feel
Like I own a mansion on top of the hil
But it’s not how big’s the house it’s how happy’s the home
How poor is a rich man who lives all alone

YouTube
Aaron Watson - Shut Up And Dance
HillbillyDeluxeMuddy
Published on Apr 13, 2009
Shut Up And Dance - Aaron Watson Off His Cd “ Shut Up And Dance “

Twitter
Stefanie Yandell
@stefinaustin
It’s not how bigs the house… It’s how happy the home.  How poor is the rich man who lives all alone?
10:04 AM - 2 Sep 2009

Twitter
CheckMark Surveys
@checkmarksurvey
It’s not how big the house is but how happy the home, how poor is the rich man that lives all alone.
7:58 PM - 8 Feb 2011

Twitter
Harmony kreutziger
@Harmonyyyk
“its not how big a house its how happy the home, how poor is a rich man who lives all alone?” #AaronWatson #greattsong
8:30 PM - 5 Oct 2011

Twitter
Andrew Villagran
@Drewvilla2
It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is.
#AaronWatson
7:07 PM - 9 Feb 2012

Twitter
Brittany Dinallo
@BritDee88
It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the people inside are that counts.
11:13 AM - 3 Apr 2012

Twitter
Andrew Villagran
@Drewvilla2
It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is
10:47 PM - 7 Oct 2012

Twitter
PRIM
@tprimmm
It’s not about how big the house is but how happy the home is.
11:07 PM - 25 May 2013

Twitter
Andrew Villagran
@Drewvilla2
It’s now how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is, how poor is a rich man who lives all alone?
7:29 PM - 14 Aug 2013

Twitter
Katey Cupcake
@BeholdTheBatman
It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is
5:17 PM - 28 Oct 2013

Twitter
Nona Ruths
@nonaruths
“It is not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is.”
11:04 AM - 12 Nov 2013

Facebook
Zig Ziglar is with Suman Moolchand and 43 others.
February 12, 2015 ·
It’s not how big the house is; it’s how happy the home is that matters most. #Ziglar

Google Groups: amigos navegando
You may see me struggle, but you’ll never see me quit.
Murli dhar Gupta
7/24/16
(...)
It’s not how big the house is, It’s how happy the home is.

Twitter
Kömmerling UK
@kommerling_uk
It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is! These windows make this home the happiest in the neighbourhood😁
6:00 AM - 31 Jul 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityBuildings/Housing/Parks • Sunday, August 05, 2018 • Permalink