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SB 10.33.13

nṛtyatī gāyatī kācit
 kūjan nūpura-mekhalā
pārśva-sthācyuta-hastābjaṁ
 śrāntādhāt stanayoḥ śivam
Synonyms: 
nṛtyatī — dancing; gāyatī — singing; kācit — a certain gopī; kūjan — murmuring; nūpura — her ankle bells; mekhalā — and her belt; pārśva-stha — standing at her side; acyuta — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; hasta-abjam — the lotus hand; śrāntā — feeling tired; adhāt — placed; stanayoḥ — upon her breasts; śivam — pleasing.
Translation: 
Another gopī became fatigued as she danced and sang, the bells on her ankles and waist tinkling. So she placed upon her breasts the comforting lotus hand of Lord Acyuta, who was standing by her side.