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The original King's Quest VI CD was a mixed mode one. So I don't know if GOG put in some way the end credits "Girl in the tower" song. Roberta Williams said that it "rivals a Disney epic song". For me, it is a bit corny, lol, but I like it.
Anyway, you can download it from here ----> www.hernanramirez.cl/girl_in_the_tower.zip

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Gragzo: The original King's Quest VI CD was a mixed mode one. So I don't know if GOG put in some way the end credits "Girl in the tower" song. Roberta Williams said that it "rivals a Disney epic song". For me, it is a bit corny, lol, but I like it.
Anyway, you can download it from here ----> www.hernanramirez.cl/girl_in_the_tower.zip

Peace-
It's corny, but it's definitely a Nineties song. It definitely has it's charms.
The GOG version is silent during the credits :/

Or then again, maybe it isn't if you play through DosBox, but I chose Scumm VM. Can anyone please comment on this?
Yeap, it's silent only when you play it through Scumm VM. It's a known issue
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envisaged0ne: Yeap, it's silent only when you play it through Scumm VM. It's a known issue
Then gog did no wrong, at least there's that ;)

I've been looking for a solution to this problem but couldn't find it. Since you mentioned it's a known issue, could you please direct me to some discussions about it? Perhaps there's something on the ScummVM forum that I missed...?
Yeap, you can actually go here...

http://www.sierrahelp.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=2237

This is the discussion about it and the link to an installer that allows you to play the game through ScummVM with the song included at the end.
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envisaged0ne: Yeap, you can actually go here...
Thanks a lot! I was aware of the installers but the Scumm VM one wasn't available yet when I looked.
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Gragzo: Roberta Williams said that it "rivals a Disney epic song". For me, it is a bit corny, lol, but I like it.
I don't know, it always reminds me of "Marion, My Love" from Robin Hood: Men In Tights.
^ I love that movie. :-)

Yeah, the song is a bit corny (I still own the original mixed-mode CD-rom from back in the day) but I'll occasionally put it on just for the heck of it. It's really not too bad.
Here is an official download from Mark Siebert.

http://queststudios.com/quest/collection.html
I remember reading that they sent the song out to a bunch of radio stations at the time, trying to be like the next "Beauty and the Beast" or whatever, but nobody played it.