CC Antya 17.31
sammohitārya-caritān na calet tri-lokyām
trailokya-saubhagam idaṁ ca nirīkṣya rūpaṁ
yad go-dvija-druma-mṛgāḥ pulakāny abibhran
kā — what; strī — woman; aṅga — O Kṛṣṇa; te — of You; kala-pada — by the rhythms; amṛta-veṇu-gīta — of the sweet songs of the flute; sammohitā — being captivated; ārya-caritāt — from the path of chastity according to Vedic civilization; na — not; calet — would wander; tri-lokyām — in the three worlds; trai-lokya-saubhagam — which is the fortune of the three worlds; idam — this; ca — and; nirīkṣya — by observing; rūpam — beauty; yat — which; go — the cows; dvija — birds; druma — trees; mṛgāḥ — forest animals like the deer; pulakāni — transcendental jubilation; abibhran — manifested.
“[The gopīs said:] ‘My dear Lord Kṛṣṇa, where is that woman within the three worlds who would not be captivated by the rhythms of the sweet songs coming from Your wonderful flute? Who would not fall down from the path of chastity in this way? Your beauty is the most sublime within the three worlds. Upon seeing Your beauty, even cows, birds, animals and trees in the forest are stunned in jubilation.”’
This verse is from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (10.29.40).