CC Ādi 4.25

sakhā śuddha-sakhye kare, skandhe ārohaṇa
tumi kon baḍa loka, — tumi āmi sama
Word for word: 
sakhā — the friend; śuddha-sakhye — in pure friendship; kare — does; skandhe — on the shoulders; ārohaṇa — mounting; tumi — You; kon — what; baḍa — big; loka — person; tumi — You; āmi — I; sama — the same.
Translation: 
“My friends climb on My shoulders in pure friendship, saying, ‘What kind of big man are You? You and I are equal.’