Mark Hoppus auctioning off more one of a kind blink-182 items

TMZ has reported that Mark Hoppus is auctioning off more hot-ticket blink-182 items to help raise funds for disaster relief in Japan. All of the information from TMZ is posted below:

“Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus is auctioning off ANOTHER original handwritten lyric sheet to one of the band’s biggest hits — “Adam’s Song” — and once again, all of the profits will go to tsunami relief … TMZ has learned.

Mark auctioned off the original lyric sheet for “Rock Show” last week and pulled in $18,000 for the piece of paper it was first written on — but considering “Adam’s Song” is one of Blink’s biggest songs ever … he could easily top that when his new auction launches on eBay later today.

As for other Blink items on the auction block — Mark is donating the bass guitar he used to record most of “Enema of the State” … as well as the flag used in the music video for “Feeling This.”

Mark plans to update his Twitter and Facebook pages once the auction goes live later today — and just like before, 100% of the proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross.”

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