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Theologians don’t get laid often.

This is why they have great difficulty grasping the ideas in the Song of Solomon. They literally have no “skin in the game.”

In reality, the Song of Solomon can be better understood by connecting the references to popular songs about sex. Take the following example from Song 2:17:

“Until the cool of the day when the shadows flee away, Turn, my beloved, and be like a gazelle Or a young stag on the mountains of Bether.”

A theologian might get hung up on the individual words and come up with some historical references while still missing the point entirely.

But a fan of AC/DC already gets the point:

Taking more than her share
Had me fighting for air
She told me to come but I was already there
‘Cause the walls start shaking
The earth was quaking
My mind was aching
And we were making it and you

Shook me all night long
Yeah you shook me all night long

Wanted no applause
Just another course
Made a meal out of me and came back for more
Had to cool me down
To take another round
Now I’m back in the ring to take another swing
‘Cause the walls were shaking
The earth was quaking
My mind was aching
And we…