SB 10.57.7

satyabhāmā ca pitaraṁ
 hataṁ vīkṣya śucārpitā
vyalapat tāta tāteti
 hā hatāsmīti muhyatī
Synonyms: 
satyabhāmā — Queen Satyabhāmā; ca — and; pitaram — her father; hatam — killed; vīkṣya — seeing; śucā-arpitā — cast into sorrow; vyalapat — lamented; tata tāta — O father, O father; iti — thus; — alas; hatā — killed; asmi — I am; iti — thus; muhyatī — fainting.
Translation: 
When Satyabhāmā saw her dead father, she was plunged into grief. Lamenting “My father, my father! Oh, I am killed!” she fell unconscious.
Purport: 

According to Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī, Satyabhāmā’s anguished feelings and words at the death of her father were prompted by Lord Kṛṣṇa’s pastime potency (līlā-śakti), to prepare for the Lord’s violent reaction against Śatadhanvā.