Noticed after I'd done it I didn't go into the 2nd part of She does it right It's the same riff and chord pattern played at the 8th fret (C chord), then return to the 3rd fret (G chord) and play it again. Then you just play chords only at 10th fret (D chord), 8th fret (C chord), 10th fret (D chord), 8th fret (C chord), then return to the riff and chords at the 3rd fret (G chord).
Strum pattern for the first part is B B D . D U D . RIFF . B D Strum pattern when you're alternating between the 8th and 10th fret chords is D DD DD I think
B = bassnote (in this case the low E string, on the last one I think I hit it upwards before the downstroke) D = downstroke U = upstroke . = short pause
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