Four verses are recommended in HBV to be recited when one wakes up. With the exception of the famous jayati jananivaso, the others are not so well known.
(1) Rather standard type of thing.
smRte sakala-kalyANa-bhAjanaM yatra jAyate |
puruSas tam ajaM nityaM vrajAmi zaraNaM harim ||
I take refuge in Hari, the eternal and unborn person,
by remembering whom one becomes the recipient of all good fortune.
(2) This rather nice verse, which appears to be Gopala Bhatta's own composition:
pavitram AmnAya-girAm agamyaM
brahma prapadye nava-nIta-cauram || 3.25 ||
I surrender to the Supreme Brahman, the butter thief,
who is so pure he is unknowable to even the Vedic vibration;
His entire body is marked with the signs of lovemaking,
left there by the ardent cowherd maids.
(3) BhP 10.46.46
vrajAGganAnAM divam aspRzad dhvaniH |
dadhnaz ca nirmanthana-zabda-mizrito
nirasyate yena dizAm amaGgalam ||
The sound of the gopis as they loudly sang
the glories of the lotus-eyed Krishna,
mixed with the tinkling of their bangles
as they churned butter,
reached the heavens
and destroyed all inauspiciousness in every direction.
These are followed by another three verses that can optionally be chanted. So, with the exception of #2, three of the four verses mention the gopis.