The Song of Songs is usually known as The Song of Solomon, but the Hebrew title only declares that it is about Solomon. Furthermore, the majority of expositors look upon this little gem of ancient writing as the love song of Solomon and the Shulamite maiden. They then propose that it speaks of the marriage of Christ and the Bride. But Solomon already had 600 wives when the Song was written, and his backslidden character could hardly be a type of Christ. The author of this work believes that the Shulamite was in love with a simple Shepherd lad, and that they remained faithful to each other throughout the heart-rending circumstances of King Solomon's blandishments. This would indeed be a type of Christ and His Church, going through trials as a test of faithfulness and obedience. This beautiful story is now re-written in its original format as a play, intertwined with copious explanatory notes.