CC Antya 18.115

tumi mūrcchā-chale vṛndāvane dekha krīḍā
tomāra mūrcchā dekhi’ sabe mane pāi pīḍā
Word for word: 
tumi — You; mūrcchā-chale — pretending to be unconscious; vṛndāvane — at Vṛndāvana; dekha — see; krīḍā — the pastimes; tomāra mūrcchā dekhi’ — seeing Your unconsciousness; sabe — all of us; mane — in the mind; pāi — get; pīḍā — agony.
Translation: 
“While apparently unconscious, You witnessed the pastimes in Vṛndāvana, but when we saw You unconscious, we suffered great agony in our minds.