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Janet Jackson dedicates I Get Lonely to Washington, D.C.

On each stop of Janet Jackson‘s current world tour — Number Ones: Up Close and Personal — the singer is dedicating one song to the host city. For her D.C. appearances at D.A.R. Constitution Hall this Tuesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 24, she’s chosen the song “I Get Lonely,” from the Velvet Rope album.

“Washington DC is a beautiful city with an incredible energy that is unique to this great city,” Jackson said in a press release. “I’m dedicating ‘I Get Lonely’ to Washington, D.C.”

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