Aesop’s Fable: The Moon and Her Mother (By Richard Chalmers)
The story begins at 0:19.
The Moon once begged her Mother to make her a gown.
“How can I?” replied she; “there’s no fitting your figure.
At one time you’re a New Moon, and at another you’re a Full Moon; and between whiles you’re neither one nor the other.”
Please note that Aesop’s fables are old and were translated into English many years ago, so the English may not sound so natural today. For example, in modern English, we say “she replied” instead of “replied she.” “Between whiles” also sounds a bit strange nowadays.