By Keisha Hatchett
Updated April 24, 2015 at 07:24 PM EDT
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While fans await Britney Spears’ Iggy Azalea collaboration “Pretty Girls” to drop May 5, there’s a new song in the meantime.

Before collaborating with Azalea, the pop diva covered Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner” for Giorgio Moroder’s upcoming album 74 Is the New 24. According to Moroder, however, she never got around to completing the vocals.

“I hope she finds the time to do the little bridge—it’s just eight bars,” he told Official Charts, before the song was completed. “I’m going to meet her soon and tell her!” It looks like that meeting never happened—he recorded the bridge in the final version. Hear it here, and if you’re still craving more Britney, she is scheduled to perform “Pretty Girls” with Azalea May on 17 at the Billboard Music Awards.

Representatives for Moroder and Spears did not immediately respond to EW‘s request for comment.