|Music by||Christopher Cerf|
|Lyrics by||Jon Stone|
|Publisher||Splotched Animal Music Company|
"Danger's No Stranger" is a Sesame Street song performed by How Now Brown and the Moo Wave. The song warns about how danger is all over the place and how to stay away from it. The music video features the band playing this song in a street in the middle of the night. It also features a case of falling bricks, construction vehicles on the loose, a piano being dropped (with a Hot Pink Anything Muppet playing it), and a case of explosions, until the picture itself explodes into fuzz at the end. None of the members appeared injured from the danger around them, although the guitarist seemed somewhat shaken from the experience.
- In the 2nd window on the building to the right in the back area, a shadow of a Muppet or person can be seen dancing to the song.
- Amongst the things How Now Brown sings us to do is not to mention "Sherman in Savannah", a reference to General William Tecumseh Sherman, who was responsible for burning the town of Savannah, Georgia, during the American Civil War.
- Danger (song by Little Jerry and the Monotones)