One of her songs that I absolutely love is "Everywhere I Go." It is in folk/Americana style, with great-sounding percussion and other instrumentation, and her vocal lyrics -- winsome and clever-- are about being in love, about having the loved one always with you.
The words give visual images such as these, from the first chorus:
"Gonna keep you in my mouth like a secret, keep you in a locket on a chain, put you in my wallet next to George and Abe and Ben, we'll never have to be apart again."
She is the daughter of two physicians, and after graduating from Harvard Medical School and then University of Pennsylvania and working for over a decade as a research cardiologist, she made a career shift-- to working part-time in a clinic setting and also beginning to write songs and perform music.
Her first full-length album was very appropriately called "Heartstrings" (2011). Her second album, "Almost There" (2013) included the song "Everywhere I Go," which you can listen to in the video below. She has a new album, made with her husband Scot Sax-- who himself is an award-winning musician-- and just released, called "Our Album Doesn't Like You Either" (2015).
To hear the studio version of this song, that uses some very interesting percussion, go to her Bandcamp page: https://suziebrown.bandcamp.com/track/everywhere-i-go