From my commentary:
The idea is that the Daughters of Jerusalem – this on-looking chorus, who observe and celebrate the love between the maiden and the young man – they want to see what will happen as this wonderful love builds and takes its course. It is a good thing, and from their respectful distance they want to be part of it.

Song of Solomon 1:4

The Daughters of Jerusalem
We will run after [c]you.

The Shulamite
The king has brought me into his chambers.

The Daughters of Jerusalem
We will be glad and rejoice in [d]you.

We will remember your love more than wine.

So it appears as if there is a group watching from a distance getting to see this love unfold.