CC Antya 14.43

“śuna, bāndhava, kṛṣṇera mādhurī
yāra lobhe mora mana,
chāḍi’ loka-veda-dharma,
yogī hañā ha-ila bhikhārī
Synonyms: 
śuna — please hear; bāndhava — My friends; kṛṣṇera mādhurī — the sweetness of Lord Kṛṣṇa; yāra — for which; lobhe — by the greed; mora mana — My mind; chāḍi’ — giving up; loka-veda-dharma — social and Vedic religious principles; yogī hañā — having become a yogī; ha-ila bhikhārī — has become a beggar.
Translation: 
“My dear friends,” He said, “please hear of Kṛṣṇa’s sweetness. Because of a great desire for that sweetness, My mind has given up all social and Vedic religious principles and taken to the profession of begging, exactly like a mystic yogī.