"Save Me From Myself," is an example of an old idea revitalized by the collaboration of Congo and Haile. Based on chords from Joy Division's "Love Will Tare Us Apart," this Haile Supreme original took new life when Congo adapted a downtempo mix of Bossa-Nova and Future RnB to the already soulful vocal. The story of this song is about a character from an old Outkast song. Sasha Thumper was a girl who fell victim to the void of drugs and felt lost in a society where drugs are the cure for drugs. Disease for profit. We all have our own vices and this song is about keeping yours in check and reaching out for help when you need it. Flex Mathews sums it all up with his verse. Ever conscious, Flex breaks down a perspective of his own once again hitting the nail on the head. His writing on this song does not stop at his verse. Flex wrote a spoken word piece that is recited by Brittany tanner that precedes his verse. These are the inner thoughts of anybody who seeks clarity and new skin. A prayer asking for strength and inspiration.