Song of song was written like a drama, the episodes flash back and forth, so it is not chronological. This is my observation based on the translation of The Living Bible. Due to its difficulty to identify the speakers, this is just a trial and it needs further study for correction.
1st Scene 1:1 – 1:6 – In the Wedding Feast
She sat beside the King and saw his 60 queens, 80 concubines and
virgins (the number is in 6:8). She was shy of her dark skin and hoped she was now in his chambers, so she would be with the King alone, lovesick into his love.
2nd Scene 1:7 – 1:17 – Love at first sight
She recalled the happiness moment they were together at Baal-Hamon. In the garden of nature, the grasses were the bed, and trees were the roof, they exchanged loving words to each other.
3rd Scene 2:1 – 2:7 – Back in the Wedding Feast
She was shy of her appearance, compared to his queens, concubines and virgins. She described herself just a flower in common fields. But the King tendered her that she was special. The other girls were thorns compared to her.
4th Scene 2:8 – 2:17 – Flash Back to Baal-Hamon Fields
The King came waking her up for an outing, enjoy the time of Spring. Then the King left.
5th Scene 3:1 – 3:5 – Bad dream
She had a bad dream after the King left. She couldn’t find her lover,
when she found him, she held him tight.
6th Scene 3:6 – 5:1 - Marriage
The King came with his mighty army. He tendered request to marry her,
praise her with love and sweetness.
7th Scene 5:2-6:3 Another bad dream
5:2-5:8 In this dream, she found herself paralysis when the King was
knocking at the door. She was struggling to get up but when she
reached the door, the King was gone!
5:9-6:3 She was speaking to a mysterious voice
8th Scene 6:4-6:10 Back to the wedding feast
The King praised her beauty
9th Scene 6:11-8:4 Homesick
6:11-7:9 The girl got homesick. She got up and leave. The other girls cried out. The King stopped her, she was wandering why the King wanted her, when he already had plenty, and prettier girls.
7:10 - 8:4 The girl wanted the King to go with her back to her village, as she felt free there, enjoyed in the nature.
Final Scene - 8:5-8:7 Back to the village
The girl expressed her strong desire to own him, that she couldn't tolerate sharing him with others.
Story Addendum 8:8-8:14
Solomon had a vineyard at Baal-hamon where he went occasionally and met Shulammite. Her family also own a vineyard there but she was forced by her brothers to do the labor, causing her skin dark in the sun (1:6).