Narottam Das Thakur has written this song “Thakura Vaishnava Gana”. This song is taken from the book Prarthana (Section: Vaisnava Vijnapti Song 1). In this song, Narottam Das Thakur requests the saintly Vaisnavas to deliver him, which will make him free from all fear.
thakura vaisnaba-gana kari ei nibedana
mo bada adhama duracara
daruna-samsara-nidhi tahe dhubaila bidhi
kese dhari more kara para
bidhi bada balaban na sune dharama-jnana
sadai karama-pase bandhe
na dekhi tarana lesa jate dekhi saba klesa
anatha katare teni kande
kama krodha lobha moha mada abhimana saha
apana apana sthane tane
aichana amara mana phire jena andhajana
supatha vipatha nahi jane
na lainu sat mata asate majila cita
tuya paye na karinu asa
narottama dase kaya dekhi' sun'i lage bhaya
taraiya laha nija pasa
1) O saintly Vaisnavas, although I am very fallen and misbehaved, I nevertheless place this appeal before you: My destiny has immersed me in this fearsome ocean of repeated birth and death. Please grab me by the hair, and pull me to the opposite shore.
2) My destiny is very powerful. I am not able to hear the knowledge of spiritual life, and I am always bound by the ropes of karma. I cannot see any way to escape my condition. I see only suffering. Helpless and stricken with grief, I cry.
3) My blind mind cannot see what path is auspicious or inauspicious. My blind mind is helplessly dragged from here to there by lust, anger, greed, bewilderment, madness, and pride.
4) My mind became immersed in the impermanent satisfaction of the senses, and I could not understand the reals goal of life. For this reason I did not aspire to attain Your lotus feet. Narottama dasa says–Now that I am able to see, hear, and touch the Vaisnavas, I have become free form all fear.