In Ørberg's "Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata" in capitulo XIX on p. 149 it says,
"Propter amorem nocte vix dormiebam - semper de te cogitabam..."
"Because of love I could barely sleep at night", but what follows then? I cannot make out the meaning of "de" in this particular case. Does "semper de" mean something like "ever since"?