CC Antya 4.86

yāre yaiche nācāo, se taiche kare nartane
kaiche nāce, kebā nācāya, seha nāhi jāne”
Word for word: 
yāre — whomever; yaiche — as; nācāo — You cause to dance; se — that person; taiche — so; kare nartane — dances; kaiche — how; nāce — he dances; kebā nācāya — who causes to dance; seha — he; nāhi jāne — does not know.
Translation: 
“My dear Lord, as You cause one to dance, he dances accordingly, but how he dances and who is causing him to dance he does not know.”