The closing track of Integrity Blues, this song finds Jimmy Eat World's Jim Adkins checking into the Hotel du Vin in Glasgow, where every room bears the name of a champagne or wine. His room is named after the champagne brand, Pol Roger.
Adkins is on his own, far away from his American home:
My room tonight has its own name The key says Pol Roger I'd say get on and close the bedpost curtains Pretend the ground is fire I know that'd make you smile Are you alone like me? Alone but not lonely
Adkins told Kerrang: "Pol Roger is a great song to close out the record, because if you come to a place of acceptance with yourself and be alone, but not feel lonely, then nothing can really touch you.
Do I feel like that? Most of the time. We're all gonna be better at it some days than others, but I've dipped into that and it feels really good."