Oh, the good life, full of fun
Seems to be the ideal
Mm, the good life lets you hide
All the sadness you feel

You won't really fall in love
For you can't take the chance
So please be honest with yourself
Don't try to fake romance

It's the good life to be free
And explore the unknown
Like the heartaches when you learn
You must face them alone

Please remember, I still want you
And in case you wonder why
Well, just wake up
Kiss the good life, goodbye


That's the lyrics of the Tony Bennett's song "The Good Life".

My question is:

Is the "you" in the last verse, namely in I still want you/And in case you wonder why the same "you" as it is in the three preceding it verses?

anonymousIs the "you" in the last verse, namely in I still want you/And in case you wonder why the same "you" as it is in the three preceding it verses?

Yes.

anonymous
anonymousIs the "you" in the last verse, namely in I still want you/And in case you wonder why the same "you" as it is in the three preceding it verses?

Yes.

Thanks.

I'm still baffled by that "you" there. Why is "you" a grammatical subject in three verses but not in the fourth where it is a direct object in "I still want you"? Can the "you" be a personification of "good life"? Who or what is the desired "you" in "I still want you"?