Bhaktivinod Thakur has written this song “Rama Krsna Go Carane”. The Official Name for this song is Prasad Sevaya Song 6. This song is taken from the book Gitavali. Bhaktivinoda Thakura says that the sakha’s of Sri Krishna and Balaram are so fortunate because they get to eat the remnants of Govind Hare. They sing, chant, eat, sleep with Them throughout the day. Govinda and Baldev feast on the special delicacies prepared by Mother Yasoda and Rohini.
rama-krsna gocarane, jaibena dura vane,
eto cinti’ yasoda-rohini
khir, sar, chana, nani, du’jane khaowano ani’,
vatsalye ananda mane gani’
vayasya rakhala-gane, khay rama-krsna-sane,
nace gay ananda-antare
krsnaera prasada khay, udara bhoriya jay,
`ara deo’ `ara deo’ kore
(1) O brothers! Mother Yasoda and Mother Rohini were thinking, "Today our two boys, Balarama and Krsna, will go to a distant forest to tend Their cows." Contemplating thus in the ecstasy of parental affection, they prepared a wonderful feast for the two boys, consisting of khira, solid cream, curd, and fresh yellow butter.
(2) All the cowherd boyfriends take lunch with Balarama and Krsna while dancing and singing in ecstasy. They eat the remnants of Krsna's meal until their bellies are full, and still exclaim, "Give us more! Give us more!"