It's Britney Spears (and Giorgio Moroder) covering a Suzanne Vega classic, bitch!

Rejoice, Britney stans of the world, as Britney Spears' song on disco king Giorgio Moroder's new album has just hit the internet. The track is a remake of the Suzanne Vega hit "Tom's Diner," and it is filled with all kinds of Britney goodness.

"I open up the paper / There's a story of an actor," Britney breathes over an inciting, electronic beat. "Who had died while he was drinking / It was no one I had heard of." Mysteriousney to the max.

The much-buzzed about remake of the '90s song will appear on Giorgio Moroder's upcoming album, Déjà Vu, which is set to drop on June 16. In addition to assistance from Britney, the icon's record will also contain collaborations with Sia, Charli XCX and many more big name artists.

For her part, Britney seems to be the queen of collaborations this year, not only teaming up with Giorgio Moroder, but with Iggy Azalea as well — and the two plan to debut their highly anticipated "Pretty Girls" during the 2015 Billboard Music Awards next month. Britney Army, it's time to get ready.

The full version of the track has made its way onto the internet. Check that out over at SPIN.

Happy listening, Britney fans.

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