Jamie Lynn Spears has released a brand-new single, "Sleepover." Penned with Liz Rose, Tina Parol and Corey Crowder, the song finds Spears musing about how she longs for a relationship that goes slow, building to something more than a fling.

In "Sleepover," Spears sings about the romance of getting to know someone: "I like that taking me out, treating me like a lady / While I'm figuring out do I want to be your baby / Give me that old-school dinner for two / You like the Stones? / Well, hey, me too ..." she confesses over a mid-tempo beat. The singer adds that she believes that "love should take it slow" because "if we go too fast, then we might wreck it."

""Sleepover" has really set the tone for my next chapter as an artist,” Spears says in a press release. “Sometimes I forget that I’m only 25 years old, so I wanted to embrace that. We as women can be mothers and wives, but we can still be confident, sexy and flirty. "Sleepover" really helped me understand that side of me more.”

Readers can press play on the video below to hear "Sleepover." The song is also available now on iTunes.

On Sunday (June 26), a one-hour special, Jamie Lynn Spears: When the Lights Go Outpremiered on TLC. The show focused on Spears’ life since having her daughter, Maddie, at the age of 16, the support of her family, her passion for music and her strong work ethic. More information about Spears can be found on her website.

Listen to Jamie Lynn Spears, "Sleepover":