Bill Clinton's red iPod up for grabs on eBay

The 42nd president, Bill Clinton is joining a host of other famous folks auctioning off their iPods and playlists

Clinton's iPod

on eBay, all for a good cause.  The philanthropic outfit Tonic has teamed up with some of the world's biggest celebrities to auction off their iPods, autographed and loaded with their favorite music, to benefit Music Rising. Music Rising was founded in 2005 by U2's the Edge and others to help rebuild post-Katrina/Rita Gulf Coast music programs.

According to Tonic, "Clinton has carefully signed his name in black marker at the back near the top of this fittingly Special Edition Red iPod.  The bidding currently is around $800.   Bill Clinton's playlist includes:

Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)

I Get Along Without You Very Well (Carly Simon)

Bahia (Stan Getz with Charlie Byrd)

Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon & Garfunkel)

Crown Imperial ("The Presidents Own" U.S. Marine Band)

Angel (Sarah McLachlan)

Philadelphia Freedom (Elton John)

English Folk Song Suite [1-3] (North Texas Wind Symphony)

A Song for You (Willie Nelson)

Winds of the Old Days (Joan Baez)

Concierto de Aranjuez [1-3] (John Williams)

The autographed iPod comes with the above playlist and a $25 iTunes certificate.

Clinton joins quite a list of famous folks person doing the iPod eBay shuffle.  According to the Tonic Website the top five autographed iPods are:

5. Faith Hill $425

4. Gwen Stefani $455

3. Mariah Carey $560

2. Britney Spears $851

1.Ellen Degeneres $5,101

And others will be soon adding their playlists to the  auction including Scarlett Johansen, Hilary Duff and others.

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