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  • The song was also part of Carey's 1998 Butterfly World Tour, and was performed during many future tours and concerts.My All-Wikipedia
  • Carey included the song on her set-list for her Butterfly World Tour (1998), where she once again featured the same trio of supporting singers.Vision of Love-Wikipedia
  • To promote Butterfly, Carey embarked on the Butterfly World Tour, which visited Australia, Japan and Taiwan, with one show in the United States.Butterfly (Mariah Carey album)-Wikipedia
  • A similar concept was used for her Butterfly World Tour (1998), with the addition of several live back up vocalists joining on stage.One Sweet Day-Wikipedia
  • "Make It Happen" was featured on Carey's Butterfly World Tour in early 1998, during which she was joined on stage by several choir members and musicians.Make It Happen (Mariah Carey song)-Wikipedia
  • Therefore, Carey embarked on the Butterfly World Tour; her third head-lining tour and most extensive to date.Butterfly (Mariah Carey album)-Wikipedia

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