SB 10.65.23

upagīyamāna-carito
 vanitābhir halāyudha
vaneṣu vyacarat kṣīvo
 mada-vihvala-locanaḥ
Word for word: 
upagīyamāna — being sung; caritaḥ — His pastimes; vanitābhiḥ — with the women; halāyudhaḥ — Lord Balarāma; vaneṣu — among the forests; vyacarat — wandered; kṣīvaḥ — inebriated; mada — by the intoxication; vihvala — overcome; locanaḥ — His eyes.
Translation: 
As His deeds were sung, Lord Halāyudha wandered as if inebriated among the various forests with His girlfriends. His eyes rolled from the effects of the liquor.