If I turn into a crazy cat-lady, I think my millions will probably go to trees. Which is why I’m entirely won over to Misty Miller after she did a song for the Woodland Trust.
For this song, I’ve written up the album version. Although I prefer solo version (much less Mrazy).
This strumming pattern will do you well:
Use that twice for each chord in the verses and once for each chord in the chorus.
If you want to do the little twiddly bit at the beginning it’s:
Use this strumming pattern:
With the main chord (G, D, Em, C) in the first bar; and the fancy chord (Gsus4, D7 etc) in the second bar. So it sounds like this:
She also throws in a Cmaj7 after the C at the end of the chorus.