, whose single "Come On Over" debuted at No. 41 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, is "thrilled" about her album.
"She said, 'I feel like it's my first album again," according to a source close to the singer, who added that Simpson compared releasing a country song to starting her career and hearing herself on the radio for the first time.
The debut of "Come On Over" is the highest for a country music newcomer. It's the first single from her upcoming country album
, which is due out in the fall.
"It's about that feeling you get when just can't wait to see the person you're crushing on," Simpson says about her inspiration for the album. "You feel like you're going to burst if you can't see them right then and there."
The man she's crushing on – boyfriend Tony Romo – won't be able to attend Nashville's CMA Music Festival with her this week. But, the pair are happier than ever, according to the source who says: "Everything is good with them."
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