By Mandi Bierly
Updated March 06, 2014 at 04:26 PM EST
Jess Moore

The March 6 episode of Grey’s Anatomy finds TV’s most amorous doctors dealing with the hospital’s new non-fraternizing policy, so it makes sense that one of the songs we’ll hear in the hour is Young Summer’s slow, moving cover of the Human League’s “Don’t You Want Me.” We’ve got your exclusive full-length stream below. The track is available now on iTunes.

Young Summer (born Bobbie Allen), who released the EP Fever Dream last summer and has had music on Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars as well, always wanted to record a cover but had no idea what would come of “Don’t You Want Me” when she laid it down in less four hours. “It’s such an 80’s anthem, but more than it being a perfect representation of music that I adore, the lyrics are what really solidified my attraction: This song manages to shroud sad, aggressive longing with its peppy tempo and I loved recording it,” she tells EW via email. “I remember I was in Nashville when my licensing company called me to tell me that Grey’s Anatomy wanted to use the song. I couldn’t believe it! It just felt like everything fell into place exactly like it was supposed to.”

Grey’s Anatomy airs at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.