Stevie Nicks Channels the Power of 'Twilight' in New Song

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The "Twilight" saga may be nearing an end with parts 1 & 2 of "Breaking Dawn," but the cultural phenomenon isn't going anywhere.

Proving that the romantic triangle of Edward, Bella and Jacob has woven itself firmly into the web of pop culture, Fleetwood Mac singer Steve Nicks has announced that a song off her new album, entitled "Moonlight - A Vampire's Dream," was inspired by the film "New Moon."

Twilight Lexicon directed us to the press release for the "In Your Dreams," Nicks' first album in more than 10 years, which quotes the singer as saying, "I had written a song in Brisbane, Australia, when I was on tour with Fleetwood Mac in 2009 called 'Moonlight — A Vampire's Dream' which was inspired by the 'New Moon' film. When I finished writing that song, which came together really quickly, I knew the time was right to start recording."

"Moonlight" is the only song on the album to give "Twilight" a nod, but sounds like the inspiration for the entire collection. Could a spot on the "Breaking Dawn" soundtrack be far behind?

Nicks' "In Your Dreams" sees release May 3, 2011, while the next installment of the romantic series, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" hits theaters Nov. 18.