Our focus here is on the role of sexuality within marriage, and while the Song of Songs (or Song of Solomon) can be interpreted allegorically for a spiritual purpose -- speaking of the love humans share with God -- that is not the original intent of these songs. They celebrate human love that is expressed physically.
The woman speaks to her beloved: “I am my beloved’s, and his desire is for me.” She celebrates the mutual attraction that binds the couple together. Seemingly out of step with the culture, the woman also takes the lead in the relationship. She invites her beloved to walk through the fields and the gardens, where life is lush and fruitful, to a place where she says “There I will give you my love” (Song of Songs 7:10-12). The sharing of love here is physical. It is, to use a Greek term, eros. She is going to show him a good time. But this isn’t just a momentary fling. It is much more than that.