SB 11.16.36

gaty-ukty-utsargopādānam
 ānanda-sparśa-lakṣanam
āsvāda-śruty-avaghrāṇam
 ahaṁ sarvendriyendriyam
Synonyms: 
gati — movement of the legs (walking, running, etc); ukti — speech; utsarga — evacuation; upādānam — accepting with the hands; ānanda — the material pleasure of the sex organs; sparśa — touch; lakṣaṇam — sight; āsvāda — taste; śruti — hearing; avaghrāṇam — smell; aham — I am; sarva-indriya — of all the senses; indriyam — the potency to experience their objects.
Translation: 
I am the functions of the five working senses — the legs, speech, anus, hands and sex organs — as well as those of the five knowledge-acquiring senses — touch, sight, taste, hearing and smell. I am also the potency by which each of the senses experiences its particular sense object.