A song for the Beijing Olympics stood high up in the online new song chart of China's searching engine Baidu, which delighted the Beijing Olympics organizers.
The song "Mengxiangzaiwang" or "I can see my dream realized", Wednesday stands in third in the New Song Chart Top 100 of the www.baidu.com, one of the China's big searching engine.
It once topped the chart on Monday, two weeks after Hong Kong song writers Lam Chik and Piu Pak Leung flew to Beijing to submit the song.
Zhou Bichang is the singer which may help the song rocket up the chart as the girl finished runner-up in China's much-hyped singing contest "Super Girl" in 2005.
An Olympic Songs Solicitation Campaign official said the song has drawn so much attention even before promotion starts, which showed that how much people like it and how much attention they paid to the Olympics.
The Beijing Olympics organizers launched a five-year project to solicit tunes from amateur and professional composers in April 2003. So far the contest's three rounds have seen 23 songs chosen from thousands of entries and the fourth round kicked off in January this year.
The theme song will be selected from a short list in 2008.