Celebrities are in full force to raise money for earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan.
TMZ is reporting that Blink 182's Mark Hoppus is auctioning off another handwritten lyric sheet.
Last week Hoppus auctioned off the original lyric sheet for Rock Show which sold for $18,000 on eBay.
This week, Hoppus is auctioning the lyric sheet for one of their biggest hits, Adam's Song. Once again all the proceeds will go to tsunami relief efforts.
Considering Adam's Song is one of Blink 182's most popular songs it could easily raise even more money than the lyric sheet for Rock Show did.
Hoppus is also adding a number of other items to the auction including 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.
Hoppus is planning to update his Twitter once the auction goes live on Wednesday. Follow Hoppus on Twitter @markhoppus.
100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross.