CC Antya 16.146

mānasa-gaṅgā, kālindī,bhuvana-pāvanī nadī,
kṛṣṇa yadi tāte kare snāna
veṇura jhuṭādhara-rasa,
hañā lobhe paravaśa,
sei kāle harṣe kare pāna
Word for word: 
mānasa-gaṅgā — the Ganges of the celestial world; kālindī — the Yamunā; bhuvana — the world; pāvanī — purifying; nadī — rivers; kṛṣṇa — Lord Kṛṣṇa; yadi — if; tāte — in those; kare snāna — takes a bath; veṇura — of the flute; jhuṭa-adhara-rasa — remnants of the juice of the lips; hañā — being; lobhe — by greed; paravaśa — controlled; sei kāle — at that time; harṣe — in jubilation; kare pāna — drink.
Translation: 
“ ‘When Kṛṣṇa takes His bath in universally purifying rivers like the Yamunā and the Ganges of the celestial world, the great personalities of those rivers greedily and jubilantly drink the remnants of the nectarean juice from His lips.