The title alone makes this one worth reading: "A Non-Creepy Application of the Song of Solomon
." Here's a sample:
Generally the book is applied in two ways:
1) It’s a picture of the Gospel and Christ’s love for His bride the Church and all the various members that grab His attention, even though Paul says the unseemly parts should get some pub too.
2) It’s a guide for MARRIED people to lust after their spouses and have sex on a regular basis.
Neither of these fully seems to connect, and both leave you feeling a tad creepy.
That's Jeff Weddle, of course, and I pretty much recommend everything he writes