The Rambam in Hilchos Yesodei HaTorah, 6:9, states:
Every mention of the name "Shelomoh" in the Song of Songs is sacred, except [8:12]: "You, Shelomoh, may have the thousand." (trans. by Chabad.org)
Looking at the passage in question, however, it is unclear how the Rambam would understand this:
Shelomoh (sacred) had a vineyard in Ba'al Hamon; he gave the vineyards to the watchmen, a man/each would bring with its fruit a thousand silver. My vineyard, mine, before me; the thousand to you, Shelomoh (secular), and two hundreds to those who watch its fruit. (8:11-12, trans. mine)
If the first Shelomoh refers to God, why are we giving a thousand to the second Shelomoh (presumably King Solomon)? How does the Rambam understand this?