CC Antya 17.36

dharma chāḍāya veṇu-dvāre,hāne kaṭākṣa-kāma-śare,
lajjā, bhaya, sakala chāḍāya
ebe āmāya kari’ roṣa,
kahi’ pati-tyāge ‘doṣa’,
dhārmika hañā dharma śikhāya!
Synonyms: 
dharma — religious principles; chāḍāya — induces to reject; veṇu-dvāre — through the flute; hāne — pierces; kaṭākṣa — glancing; kāma-śare — by the arrows of lust; lajjā — shame; bhaya — fear; sakala — all; chāḍāya — induces to give up; ebe — now; āmāya — at us; kari’ roṣa — becoming angry; kahi’ — saying; pati-tyāge — to give up one’s husband; doṣa — fault; dhārmika — very religious; hañā — becoming; dharma — religious principles; śikhāya — You teach.
Translation: 
“ ‘The vibration of Your flute, accompanied by Your glance, which pierces us forcibly with the arrows of lust, induces us to ignore the regulative principles of religious life. Thus we become excited by lusty desires and come to You, giving up all shame and fear. But now You are angry with us. You are finding fault with our violating religious principles and leaving our homes and husbands. And as You instruct us about religious principles, we become helpless.