CC Madhya 21.143
bale dhari’ āne kṛṣṇa-sthāne
loka-dharma, lajjā, bhaya, saba jñāna lupta haya,
aiche nācāya saba nārī-gaṇe
nīvi — the knots of the underwear; khasāya — loosens; pati-āge — even in front of the husbands; gṛha-dharma — household duties; karāya tyāge — causes to give up; bale — by force; dhari’ — catching; āne — brings; kṛṣṇa-sthāne — before Lord Kṛṣṇa; loka-dharma — social etiquette; lajjā — shame; bhaya — fear; saba — all; jñāna — such knowledge; lupta haya — becomes hidden; aiche — in that way; nācāya — causes to dance; saba — all; nārī-gaṇe — the women.
“The vibration of His flute slackens the knots of their underwear even in front of their husbands. Thus the gopīs are forced to abandon their household duties and come before Lord Kṛṣṇa. In this way all social etiquette, shame and fear are vanquished. The vibration of His flute causes all women to dance.