Shania Twain is a multi Grammy Award winning Canadian singer-songwriter and the best-selling female artist in the history of country music.
You’re Still The One, released in 1998, is taken from her immensely successful third studio album ‘Come On Over’.
It features a relatively easy progression, using only four chords in the key of D, where the guitar is capoed on the first fret.
We take a look at a few ways to finger the chords and the double time strumming, including how to find the main feel for the latter.
The lesson also shows how to copy the synthesizer fill in the intro, which is relatively easy to incorporate. It does require the ability to pick out individual strings.