I'm in a cover band. We cover some 90's alt rock and older punk. Two guitarists, me, singer, and drummer. It's all for fun, we get along well, and plan to play out a little bit sometime this summer. A song was suggested to cover and we went through the usual process of all of us thinking about it on our own and investigating our parts. I love the song. It's "Wicked Garden" by Stone Temple Pilots. I went through my process of looking for tabs at a few different sites, youtube, as well as Amazon and eBay for any tab books I can buy. I still don't have a developed ear and I can only read a tiny bit (though I'd take notation and work it out but can't find that either) but we're all in the same boat and are playing for fun. Long story short, I decided I'd have a really difficult time learning it due to ability, and unavailability of a great tab, books, or youtube videos. I e-mailed everyone explaining why but only the "band leader" e-mailed back saying no problem. But... All of a sudden they started wanting to practice it. The two guitarists had been working on it anyway and the vocalist had been practicing it as well. I said I didn't want to do it again during practice but they kept urging me to try or to just follow the guitars. I'm unsure if I should stand my ground or just man up and put the work in. Which for me, will be a lot of work... What would you do?