CC Madhya 17.11

‘uttama brāhmaṇa’ eka saṅge avaśya cāhi
bhikṣā kari’ bhikṣā dibe, yābe pātra vahi’
Word for word: 
uttama brāhmaṇa — a high-class brāhmaṇa; eka — one; saṅge — along; avaśya — certainly; cāhi — we want; bhikṣā kari’ — collecting alms; bhikṣā dibe — will give You food; yābe — will go; pātra vahi’ — bearing Your waterpot.
Translation: 
“Our Lord, please take one very nice brāhmaṇa with You. He will collect alms for You, cook for You, give You prasādam and carry Your waterpot while traveling.