One of my favorite songs in the Brazilian jazz genre is Tom Jobim's Aguas de Março. This song doesn't tell a story in the typical fashion...rather, it's a collection of images (one of which is the "waters of march") that signal the end of summer (Brazil is in the southern hemisphere).

Anyway - today I discovered a great video that was taken in the studio when Tom Jobim and Elis Regina recorded the song for their 1974 CD, Elis & Tom. Enjoy!

Edit: the portuguese lyrics are available here along with an english translation (scroll down).