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Sarah McLachlan performs at Cinema Against AIDS in Toronto, September 15, 2009.

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A new song recorded by Sarah McLachlan has leaked onto the Internet, with word it will be used as a theme song for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

The song, reportedly called One Dream, starts off "We can feel a change is coming, like a kiss upon the tide, breathing life into every heart; a hope for kinder times."

Running three minutes and 11 seconds, the chorus goes: "And you know that you can make it. You've got the whole world in your hands. And you spend a lifetime working for this moment, and you are shining. You're all that you wanted to be."

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There are also references to "how your flame keeps burning" and "a giant leap for mankind."

McLachlan, who lives in West Vancouver, was the headline act for the One-Year Countdown Concert held by the Cultural Olympiad last February.

A spokesperson for McLachlan's management company could not yet confirm that One Dream will be used during the Vancouver Olympics next year.

Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton says it will be used in all of NBC's promotional spots for the Games.

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